I've been back in Korea for a bit over four weeks. Definitely having a lovely time exploring the country afresh from the perspective of a toddler. The most awesome part of Korea? Water fountains.
Any and all water pouring forth from hoses and faucets. They are ALL OVER this country. I kid you not.
To be fair, we have somewhat encouraged this behavior as it is relatively harmless and entertains him for large chunks of time. We even take him to water parks comprised almost entirely of water-fountain like devices.
Koreans seem to think Jeongmin playing with water is about the most entertaining thing ever. He gets swarmed by middle school girls and old grandmothers alike.
Even Buddha approves of his water obsession:
Whatever you do, do NOT attempt to remove a toddler from his water source. He will become agitated, whiny, and possibly violent. On the plus side, he makes faces that you could submit to the ever-popular parenting blog: Reasons My Son Is Crying.
But I'm really not