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Escape to Seoul | The Story of Britt & Josh

“When we were stationed in Korea, we would go up to Seoul and explore together.  Our favorite spot was the artsy street in Insadong with all the traditional Korean things.  I would have to say we fell in love there.  We tried to take in as much culturally, socially, and historically as we could during our time in Korea, there was just so much to see and do.”

“He is always game to do something adventurous with me, like go and explore Seoul when other people just want to stay around base – I love that we have similar energy levels.”“I feel happier, more at ease, and completely comfortable/confident in myself when I’m around him!”“I would have to say her look was the first feature that attracted me to Brittany.  By that I mean that growing up I would watch old movies with my mom and I always loved the ones with the Italian actresses in them, like Sophia Loren, Claudia Cardinale, etc.  Those women were the singular definition of beauty to me; then I saw Brittany and my world changed.  I had never seen a more beautiful woman in my life; I was speechless.”“To this day I still find myself in awe of her beauty, she truly lights up every aspect of my life.  Once I got to know Brittany, her compassion and intelligence sealed the deal for me.  She is one of if not the smartest people I know, and that’s saying a lot.”“I think it’s probably fair to say that we don’t really have a ‘standard’ perception of Seoul, because while it’s certainly one of the world’s largest cities, to us it’s the one place where the whole world stood still and all that seemed to exist was us. You know that feeling where you’re underwater or about to faint and everything around you is sort of muted and blurry? That’s kind of what Seoul is for us… It is beautiful colors and tastes and smells and sounds, all of which seamlessly blur together into happiness, while the only real crisp sensory perceptions are of one another.”Our favorite spot was the artsy street in Insadong with all the traditional Korean things.  I would have to say we fell in love there.  We tried to take in as much culturally, socially, and historically as we could during our time in Korea, there was just so much to see and do. I am just so happy and carefree with him – he cultivates parts of me that I want to be stronger, like my fitness level (he was a college athlete with a lot of discipline when it came to working out, something which I’d always wanted to have and which he helped me develop) and more childlike joy.

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