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... br> around the community. For lunch I had a
big'ol platter of sausages and hamburger patty, whereas Jay opted for a deep
fried pork chop. For dinner, we met up
with Ian again and toured downtown Suwon.
Jay got to try some cold noodle dish, whereas I had some hawker stand
steamed conch (not too impressive).
Refreshed from previous day's activities, Ian made sure we
hit the town ******* the ...
... films. I hate scary movies but we watched Ringu yesterday and it was damn worth seeing. You guys should check it out if you haven't seen it yet.
3:00PM: Korean Language class. I guess I came here to study Korean or something, but somehow I just cannot get myself to like it.. I realized the situation was bad when I started learning Chinese off a sign hanging on the wall during Korean class.
6:00PM: BEST PART OF THE ...
... is countryside. Im anxious to see her area and way of living hopefully later this summer. I decided to show her the typical weekend with the girls and familiar faces. I've become closer friends with the linguistics professor from Seoul Pub and a few guys in Itaewon, so I had a fun crowd to show her. Saturday night we went to Hongdae and found a fun little dive called Thursday Party where we played darts with guys from India and danced the floors off to Psy's gentlemen. ...
... like very pretty girls.
Back to the food! Tteokbokki is slices of soft rice cakes, much like gnocchi, boiling in a spicy Korean red sauce, served with a toothpick. To accompany the tteokbokku, grab a roll Gimbap, a sushi roll of rice and pickled veggies, wrapped in seaweed. Twigim is deep fried anything - veggies, dumplings, shrimp. Soondae is blood sausage and rice. That's gross.
The blue ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed