The temperatures have started to drop. It's definitely cold in the mornings and evenings now, not just a little chilly. And, I've begun to notice something I really can't fathom or quite understand. A month or so ago, my co-teachers were shivering and saying 'brr it's cold' and they started wearing trousers, jumpers and cardigans. At that point, I was nonchalantly thinking pah, this isn't cold! Now that it is cold (I mean, even I think it's cold), they seem insistent on keeping the doors and windows open, to the extent that sometimes it's not just a little draughty, it's blowing a gale. We sit in our little teachers office with our coats on, and honestly the school corridors are like ice wind tunnels. Again, I'm wondering what'll be like in winter?!
A friend who's lived in Korea before informed me that they'll keep the windows and doors open all winter, in schools, in restaurants, etc. She said she believes that it is something to do with removing the 'bad air'?