Hello all!

My name is Sig. Yup, that’s it. Just Sig. My full name is Siegrid but you’d be surprised how hard it is to say it and have people understand it. It sounds too much like Siegfried, secret, cigarette etc. So unless you are Scandinavia, Sig is just fine. Plus, it makes me feel like a really awesome fisherman out on the Bering sea.

Fruit Salad

You will suffer adorable kid photos!

I wanted to start this blog years ago and I’ve avoided it because I think I’m boring. I play video games and boardgames, homeschool the boys then I cook and clean. Rinse and repeat. But something awesome happened, I moved to South Korea! And this adventure has become my catalyst to become an information hub for new families moving to Camp Humphreys and to inundate you with cute kids photos.

Moving to South Korea and inprocessing was hard. It was an extremely stressful couple of months and I want my blog to make that move a lot less stressful for others. I also want to help other gamers to keep on gaming and to alleviate any fears for parents who are raising children here. Side Note: Korea is a mecca for raising children. Parents are super focused on their children’s development and there are an innumerable amount of things to do as a family.

Get ready for posts about:
– Military Lifestyle
– Living in South Korea
– Board Games and Video Games
– Gundams
– Homeschooling Fun
– Virtual Cat Games &
– Adorable pictures of my family

Discliamer and OPSEC:

Any information on this blog is for educational purposes only and is to be used at your own risk and discretion. Camp Humphreys is rapidly changing so please double check any addresses, dates, documents, telephone numbers etc.

Any information that I post about Camp Humphreys is already available in open source materials. I will never post photos of the post that could in anyway violate operational security. If you feel that I have violated OPSEC in some manner, please send me a message at sigflipsthetable@gmail.com and I will remove it right away.


April 14, 2016


Tino · April 11, 2017 at 4:13 am

Thank you for the hard work you put to share your experiences and all the useful information of the blog. If you don not mind I am recommending your blog to the Brown Stone Apartment FB page. Most of the residents are from USAG Humpreys. Thank you again.

    Sig · April 13, 2017 at 10:55 am

    Thank you for the recommendation Tino!

Emmett Wayne · June 24, 2017 at 4:58 am


Your directions on using the 20 bus were terrific. My wife and I have only been here for 2 weeks, but when we found your website, we printed the maps and off we went. We had a great time, but as we are both near 60 years old, it is time for a nap!


    Sig · June 25, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    Thank you Emmett! It’s usually a big leap for many to finally use public transportation, it took me almost a year to get the nerve to try it with kids. I am so glad to hear that you and yours jumped right in and went on a 20-bus adventure.

Matt · July 30, 2017 at 2:45 pm

Great blog. Thank you for taking the time to blog.

    Sig · July 31, 2017 at 4:34 am

    Thank you so much! Taking the time to send a message means the world to me.

Ada Na · January 5, 2018 at 12:45 pm

Even we’ve been here for 18 months, I still like to relying on information from your posts and blog. Having you being around doing all research and sharing is a blessing. Now I totally understand that Living in a new place with language barrier could be scary and frustrating. And I really hope that we could follow you to the next duty station. I love every word you wrote and your kids are awesome too! We will miss you guys. Take care.

    Sig · January 10, 2018 at 11:48 pm

    Ada Na, Thank you so much for the kind words and I loved playing with your son during the elementary school camp. He has a wonderful, toothy grin and was always full of cheer.


Tanya · January 9, 2018 at 9:23 am

Thanks for taking the time to create this blog! We just got orders to Korea (pcsing from Germany) and I’ve found your blog to be very informative, helpful, and well written.

    Sig · January 10, 2018 at 11:59 pm

    I hope this helps with the initial shock of moving here. Many people find Germany to be a very comforting OCONUS station but Korea can be a bit jarring to those who aren’t used to this culture. Many Americans grow up with fairy tales of princesses, dragons and castles so Germany isn’t as much of a culture shock. I am glad you are reading ahead of time and getting ready, it will make Korea all that more fun while you’re here. Thanks for reading!


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