Personal Narrative: If I Paid The Night At Her Home

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To write this paper I asked Ji Hyo if I could spend the night at her house for I can observe her and her family throughout the day. She asked her parents and luckily they agreed to let me spend a night. I’ve never been to her house, we usually went to my house to hangout, so I was very excited. I decided to go to her house around one in the afternoon and start observing them. The outside of her house seems very western, but as you step into their house everything changes. The first thing that I notice when I walked in was the little step to enter the house, and a bunch of shoes in front of it. When Ji Hyo mother let me into the house, she asked me if I could take off my shoes? I, of course, took off my shoes because it’s their house and their rules. In return, she gave me the cutest slippers I’ve ever seen in my life. They were pink, with cute bunny ears.…show more content…
There’s a rule in my family that everyone must eat together as a family for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. After breakfast, me and my siblings go to school, once school is over I go to a Korean school where I am taught about my culture and learn Korean. I usually get home by seven and eat straight away. After dinner, I do my homework. Once I’m done I watch TV or use my computer until I go to bed. The time I go to bed varies from 12 to 3 in the morning.” The second question I asked her was “could you give me an example of a typical meal (breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack)?” For this question, she was quick to answer, “For breakfast, my mom cooks Doenjang soup (soybean soup vegetables), cooked rice, kimchi, bean sprout side dish, spinach side dish, steamed egg, roasted small
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