Korean Kindergarten Bus

Excited three and four year
olds wait with mothers or
grannies or  aunties at gateways
to apartment complexes and
apartment block front doors as
Mr Lee drives the bus around
local suburbs to pick them up
for their classes at the English
kindergarten. Mrs Park and
the other children greet each
child as they step on to the bus.

They are excited to have American
names for the kindergarten, names
like Jodie, Henry, Jessica, Gavin,
which their parents chose from
principal Mrs Kim’s book of
American names – so grown up !

Their uniform Academy school bags
hold their jackets, their spoons
and chopsticks for hot school lunch,
and little trays with compartments
for soup, rice, pickle, fish or meat.

Mr Lee stops to pick up
Mrs Jenny  walking from the bank
to school – they greet her too.

School at last and they all
scramble off the bus to meet
Mr David and Mrs Carol
at the front door.

Previously posted October 2016

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Korean Kindergarten Bus

3 thoughts on “Korean Kindergarten Bus

  1. I’m glad these cute little kids weren’t attacked by the swarm of common blue bottle flies that took over New Zealand. I think I heard they migrated up to Minnesota afterwards and were killed instantly due to a cold weather pattern that came down from Canada.

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