“All this time had passed, yet I cannot say these words in my heart. I know that you might think I have no feelings for you, but it’s not true.”
Before I met Jeongsu, the only thing I knew about Korea was that its capital is Seoul. I hadn’t even tried Korean food. How was I going to live there?
White Canadian Leslie writes about the benefits and challenges of raising four multicultural children in Vancouver with her Korean husband.
“My mother is Korean and my father is…mostly white. I suppose that would make me Korean-American. Or Amerasian. Or a hapa. Why so many labels?”
“I have to laugh at how much my tastes have changed. Who would have thought that a girl who couldn’t stand spicy food before 2008 now craves Korean food?”