Images: Harvested rice fields, shopping at the e-Mart, and taking a napThe pace is definitely slower – for me at least. Our days are dictated by Gideon’s schedule which is predictable for the most part. He is a very good baby, and only fusses when hungry, windy, or dirty. So we shop at the local grocery stores, go for walks, or stay at home cooking, doing laundry, and for the last 24 hours watching the election news on the web.We have plans to get out and about a little more over the next few days and will spend a day in Seoul over the weekend – second largest city in the world.