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44 Seoul, Seoul, Korea, South
Seeking: Male 30 - 57
Hello, moved to Korea from the states. Looking for someone to explore Korea with, and go hiking and explore parks. I love having a picnic with a nice book, fruits and tea. It's nice to lie down and listen to the birds and feel the wind and sun on my skin and practice mindfulness, while thanking God for all that I have and for my health and life. Also having good company and companionship would be nice. I'd like to find a genuine, sincere, honest and compassionate person. Someone who is to the point and knows what they want in life and see if I'm an asset in their life or could help support those dreams and vice versa. And if there's no connection, at least you've made a friend. They are always nice to have and maybe can help lead you to a new place, ideas or opportunities, or more good friends. Who knows? Over time, you'll gradually find out these things. I feel that The Lord makes us meet some people for a reason. Whatever their purpose was in your life will reveal itself later in time. But there have been several people in my life that I feel I've met definitely not by accident and glad that I've met them(that The Lord connected our paths). I have not met "the one" or the "life partner" yet. And I believe that's one of the greatest things about being alive and to find that. And I believe I'm at least half way through life, if I could find such a person, I think life's happiness would multiply and things will feel exponentially better. I look at my time being alone as The Lord preparing me to be ready for such a person, or He's getting the other person ready for me. I'm not the type to just pick from a random person who happens to be available at the time. I think when things feel right for both people, you'd know. And I look at my failed first marriage as a lesson to realize why it didn't work and things I could work on to make myself a better person. And that person wasn't for me and I have yet to find the one. So it happened for a reason so someone who is better suited for both of us can appear when the time is right. In God's time, whenever that is we don't know. I've taught at 2 public elementary schools and at a public middle school in Korea. And at one private school and now at one of the big academy branches in Seoul. I really enjoy teaching English to various age groups, and going sightseeing. (There are so many places on my itinerary.) It'd be nice to have a travel companion. I want to visit lot of the K drama filming sites. ( Many of them look so sophisticated and scenic). Definitely plan on frequenting Sorak Mountain.(been there 2x, but there are so many trails to explore). (I love hiking + the exercise + the fresh air), and the beaches nearby (Naksan +Sokcho Beach). I like to swim too, but haven't found a place to lap swim. I love exploring parks, going to many symphonies/concerts around Seoul, and meeting different people from around the world. I am an army brat. (My stepdad (he has raised me since I was very young) ,was a NCO: non-commissioned officer for 20 years. The army can truly feel like a family, esp. when stationed at far away places from home and they look out for you and make sure that you have a place to feel welcome and feel at home, even when you're far away from home. Some of them feel like true family, because they treat you like one. ( I love that many of the English teacher friends that I have made over there were like that too. I have made some very deep and lasting friendships. The types of people you'd remember forever.) I like thought provoking conversations, interesting things, and I like to learn new things and read a lot (diy/tutorials, memoirs, biographies/autobiographies). I love taking pictures, playing the piano, gardening, bird watching, nature photography, and enjoying the company of good people. I think of Korea very fondly because I've always had a great time taking wonderful pictures of places. (Many people there are good at photography and have dslr cameras.) I love going to the palaces (Changgyeonggung aka The Secret Garden is one of my favorites in the fall (autumn leaves) and spring(cherry blossoms), and Sorak mountain. If I could stay as long as I wanted to hike, I would do all of the hikes, and my step dad was stationed in Korea 2x before he retired from the army. I have met many wonderful people there through the army and also many English teachers from around the 7 English speaking countries around the world. (U.S.A., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, U.K. , South Africa, Ireland)



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