Posted on: Thu, 06/19/2008 - 4:55pm
psufan1996's picture
Joined: 06/03/2007 - 09:00

I have an opportunity to live and work in Korea for at least a year. My daughter would either attend the army base daycare or would have a nanny (depends on the waitlist at the daycare). She has a severe PNA. So, what do you guys know about Korean cooking? Has anyone been to Korea? We would have our own apartment where I would do the cooking, and have access to the army commissary for food, so we don't have to use the local grocery stores, or even eat out. We would also be able to use base medical facilities, or American trained, English speaking doctors recommended by the army. This is an exciting opportunity, but I just want to gather some opinions about dealing with the allergy overseas. Thanks in advance for any info or opinions. And I will certainly keep in mind individual comfort zones!

Posted on: Thu, 06/19/2008 - 10:33pm
jenniferbfab's picture
Joined: 05/04/2008 - 12:43

This is an interesting question. I do not have any helpful info to provide but will be interested to see what answers you receive. Maybe some other folks here have family in Korea and can shed some light on this.

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