As we first told you in August, longtime WBCK news anchor Robert Nelson left WBCK - and Battle Creek - to begin an adventure teaching English in South Korea.

After a couple of months, we find Robert settled in nicely in the village of Angye in Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea. That's about a 4-5 hour ride on buses and trains southeast from Seoul.

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"The government got me a nice little modern apartment in town after I bounced around for a while," Robert said in an email.

The view from Robert Nelson's new apartment in Angye, South Korea.

Robert is teaching English to South Korean schoolchildren in four different schools situated in three different villages. In spite of that, he has found enough leisure time to explore his surroundings, traveling to other villages and meeting with friends he has made over the last several weeks.

Robert enjoying a meal of Bibimbap - rice with sautéed vegetables, chili paste, and meat, often beef - with friends in South Korea.

Congratulations Robert, on your new adventure!