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The Sounds of the Jimjilbang

I recently mustered up enough courage for my first trip to a Korean spa, locally known as a jimjilbang. Lots of public nakedness was had by all, and I left feeling relaxed and squeaky clean. While parts of it might be a tad exaggerated for comedic purposes, this song I made pretty well captures the experience, which was great but also slightly scarring. Apologies in advance for my mediocre singing voice, ‘guess I need to hit the norebang more often. Enjoy!

The Sounds of the Jimjilbang

 


The Song and the Fury

The Rooting Songs of Korean Baseball by Ralph Karst

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We Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts!

Yesterday we had our school Halloween Party.  As part of the party there was a singing contest where each class sang a song.  Everyone did such a great job, and the little ones were super cute.  I was very impressed with all the classes- since we had little over a week to practice.  One of the classes did the Who’s “Boris the Spider” which was awesome to have these little kids basically growling.

Basically, this is what happens when I am told I can pick any Halloween song for my Kindergartens:


We finished strong- even though some of the kids were very shy.


Why do we Hate Christmas Songs?

 


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