School Lunch in Korea

I’ve stopped eating school lunch a month or so, and it has been mainly raw vegetables and fruit for me. Before then, however, I’ve had a lot of great food, including bibimbap, chapssal (Korean donut), and other delicious items. I felt a bit awkward taking all these pictures in front of my co-teachers, so I’m a bit limited in what I can show, but here are several pictures of what it’s like to eat school lunch on an island in Korea.

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My co-teacher's lunch tray with the meat--look at that high grade!

My co-teacher’s lunch tray with the meat–look at that high grade!

My tray without the meat. They gave me more apples.

My tray without the meat. They gave me more apples.

I stopped eating school lunch because all the rice made me really sleepy; I was dosing in the teacher's office.

I stopped eating school lunch because all the rice made me really sleepy; I was dosing in the teacher’s office.

I have more pictures somewhere and when I find them I’ll add them to this post. Just know that school lunch is nothing like school lunch in America with that awful poison they serve. The food here is fresh, whole, and nutritious. God Bless, Korea for their wonderful lunches!

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