The air outside of my apartment was pretty bad the day I shot these photos. In fact, it was so bad that the air inside my apartment was pretty bad, too. I immediately bought an air purifier online to fix that and in true Korean fashion it was delivered right to my door about twenty four hours later. I've been super happy with it and have noticed an actual difference in the quality of the air inside my apartment.
Sometimes, to keep myself moving and active when the air is bad or it's really cold I do laps in my apartment building. I actually live in a complex of three buildings all connected by bridges and I've noticed that the light checkerboards the floor in the greatest way and it looks so cool when I'm running through those tunnels.
And speaking of walking, I've done so much walking here that the three pairs of winter-weather appropriate shoes I brought are showing serious signs of wear and I wanted to add a few more into rotation to try to extend the life of the shoes I brought.
My shoe options are pretty limited in Korea - I'm a 255 in Korean sizing, and they stop selling shoes in the women's department at 250. At first I thought it was a tragedy because I like shoes with a sense of humor and Korea is a prime location to buy outlandish clothing, but now I've come to terms with shoe shopping in the men's department. I just look for a slimmer cut shoe with a classic profile like these Adidas Seeley.