In this special episode, Kassy and Andrew get the chance to meet and chat in person! Our reunited hosts discuss Kassy’s unexpected three-week trip to South Korea and how she has been spending her time there. Be sure to check this one out if you’d like to hear stories about funny travel mishaps, different kinds of cuisine, and extreme weather conditions.
Did you know that Incheon International Airport offers live music performances to visitors of the airport in different terminals throughout the day? If you ever have the chance to travel through this airport, check out one of their classical, jazz, or gugak (Korean folk music) performances!
Expressions included in the study guide
* To fall through
* Everything under the sun
* For the ages
* To count on
* To white-knuckle
* Coulda woulda shoulda
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke for Free
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