So starts the list of things you should bring to Korea. I am officially experiencing my first cold in I don't know how many years. As I return from the bathroom after coughing my lungs out, my boss says, "Oh you look so healthy but your system is not hahaha". That is code for "we didn't hire you to get sick". Usually I come down with allergies followed by a serious sinus/nasal drip, but in South Korea, I am coughing... I don't like to cough, and I don't gross snottyness either (Diva's view of South Korea remember). A few of my other friends happen to be sick right now, and boy o boy you should see the shit they are being given here; pellets of some kind of medicine, drug seeds, ect, so once again, I find myself extremely lucky to have access to the military base. Thankfully I am sitting pretty and enjoying the effects of NyQuil, Ibuprofen, and some other powerful meds.
|My bedside tissue bag and cup of tea|
Point: Before you come to South Korea, make sure you stock up on all those meds you think you will need.
- Allergy meds
- PMS meds
- Cough medicine, ect
Trust me, when you are sick and lying in a bed surrounded by your own mucus, you will be glad you did!