Korean Ajummas

Ajumma is a Korean term for a middle aged or older woman, kind of used like “Auntie” and ajummas expect a certain level of respect in society because they are older. Which means they often expect to just hold Isa or give me advice in Korean about her. Both Isa and I are pretty used to it, so today outside a restaurant an ajumma from a currency exchange came out and opened her arms to hold Isa. I snapped a shot since it happens to Isa a lot. 

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