My packing list: What I brought to Korea

It wasn’t until a few weeks after I landed in Korea that I learned it’s illegal to own guns here. When I asked my Korean friends about it more, obviously surprised, I think they thought I’d brought one along or something.

Well, I didn’t. Here’s all I brought:

  1. Jeans, dark blue
  2. Jeans, dark blue
  3. Jeans, dark blue
  4. Dress pants, black
  5. Dress pants, olive
  6. Shorts, blue
  7. Basketball shorts, black
  8. Basketball shorts, black
  9. Button down shirt, white with stripes
  10. Button down shirt, white with stripes
  11. Button down shirt, white with stripes
  12. Button down shirt, white
  13. Button down shirt, tan with stripes
  14. Button down shirt, brown with stripes
  15. Button down shirt, blue
  16. Button down shirt, black
  17. Long sleeve shirt, tan
  18. Long sleeve shirt, green
  19. Long sleeve shirt, blue
  20. Long sleeve shirt, off white
  21. Long sleeve shirt, black
  22. Polo shirt, green with stripes
  23. Polo shirt, white
  24. Drum T-shirt, black
  25. V-neck undershirt, white
  26. V-neck undershirt, white
  27. V-neck undershirt, white
  28. V-neck undershirt, white
  29. V-neck undershirt, white
  30. V-neck undershirt, white
  31. V-neck undershirt, white
  32. V-neck undershirt, white
  33. Boxer shorts
  34. Boxer shorts
  35. Boxer shorts
  36. Boxer shorts
  37. Boxer shorts
  38. Boxer shorts
  39. Boxer shorts
  40. Boxer shorts
  41. Boxer shorts
  42. Boxer shorts
  43. Boxer shorts
  44. Boxer shorts
  45. Boxer shorts
  46. Briefs
  47. Briefs
  48. Socks, white
  49. Socks, white
  50. Socks, white
  51. Socks, white
  52. Socks, white
  53. Socks, white
  54. Socks, white
  55. Socks, black
  56. Socks, black
  57. Socks, black
  58. Socks, black
  59. Socks, black
  60. Zip-up hoodie, black
  61. Leather jacket, black
  62. Knit cap, black
  63. Knit gloves, black
  64. Leather gloves, black
  65. Scarf, black and gray
  66. Scarf, multicolored
  67. Watch, black and yellow
  68. Sunglasses, tortoise shell
  69. Leather belt, black
  70. Birkenstock sandals, brown
  71. Imitation “Chuck’s,” black
  72. Dress shoes, black
  73. Shoelaces, white
  74. Sponge
  75. Sponge
  76. Dish towel
  77. Dish towel
  78. Hand towel
  79. Hand towel
  80. Hand towel
  81. Bath towel
  82. Washcloth
  83. Washcloth
  84. Sheet
  85. Alarm clock
  86. Camera
  87. Batteries
  88. Pens
  89. Pencil
  90. Laptop with battery and power cable
  91. Power transformer with built in conversion outlets
  92. Headphone/microphone combo
  93. Rice cooker
  94. Hair clippers with various attachments
  95. Clipper case
  96. Scissors
  97. Fingernail/toenail clippers
  98. Disposable razors, 12-pack
  99. Deodorant, 1 stick
  100. Toothbrush
  101. Toothpaste, 1 tube
  102. Soap, 4 bars
  103. Shampoo, hotel size
  104. Lip balm
  105. Ivarest
  106. Antibiotic ointment
  107. Cotton balls
  108. Q-tips
  109. Stainstick
  110. Toilet paper, 1 roll
  111. Stainless steel chopsticks
  112. Disposable forks, spoons, and knives
  113. Disposable plates
  114. Disposable cups
  115. Napkins
  116. Stickers
  117. Chewing gum
  118. Bible
  119. Book
  120. Book
  121. Book
  122. Book
  123. Passport
  124. Money clip with debit card, driver’s license, and student ID card
  125. $454
  126. Leather messenger bag, black
  127. Backpack, gray and red
  128. Large suitcase, red

This probably doesn’t mean much to most people, but these lists were a ton of help when I was trying to figure out what to bring to Korea. I hope this is as much use for someone else who’s on the way.

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