We're temporarily living with my parents until our house is finished. This is the room we live in.
That empty space between the girls on the left and the baby on the right is my spot. It's tight, but we love it. My children love having me sleep with them and sleep better at night. At various times throughout the night I will have all the girls snuggling up to me. Occasionally, even Brother comes down to the floor and snuggles. It's really heartwarming for me. Papa is not too keen on these quarters when he comes with us to visit my parents, but he endures without complaint.
In Korea, people live in rooms smaller than this. The kitchen is detached as is the bathroom. The way to the kitchen and bathroom are usually not enclosed. The room is the living room and bedroom. The bedding consists of futon like material to lay down and blankets (either thick or thin depending on the season). It gets all folded up and put away each morning and pulled out every night. It's a different way of living.
We do not put away the futon every day, but I do try to fold up the blankets. I don't always succeed. The kids have way too much fun sometimes dismantling the bedding, but I try not to get too upset (try being the operative word).