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Yesterday I left Busan :( I will definetely miss it! I had a great time and so many good memories :)
I know for sure that I will go back there to see all my friends again and to see more of Busan.
Now I'm in Daejeon, on my way to Seoul. Why did I chose to go to Daejeon? Well foremost because it's on the way to Seoul, it's a big city and to see a bit more of Korea. But actually the city is not that special, even my host told me so. So today I decided to ...
... with an older man who brought his son over and was so proud to introduce him..I decided Korean fathers are not stereotypical at all, they are all super involved in their kids' lives and are sooo proud and kind. However, the man did forcibly tell logan and I we must get married immediately and made me go sit by him because Logan and I were getting too cuddly apparently. LOL! He kept telling me he wanted to make Logan jealous..it was ...
... some home improvement stores (I think one of them is a wallpaper store, which always reminds me of Colour Your World from back home), the stadium, a community and youth center and then take a ramp off the road, go under an underpass and make a U-turn. On the way back, we pass a giant rice paddies field that is bright green in the summer and dusty brown in the winter. Then we turn down the road where the stadium is and again down a side road where high ...
... waiting below to unhook you and set you free.
Up next was Stephen. But can you believe it, after all this hype- the whole reason we came!!- he backed out. I thought he was joking. Surely there was no way. But it was true.
Now, we drew straws (actually we played rock, paper, scissors for it and I lost) to see who would go last. I could almost guarantee that if I were left til last I wouldn't go. But the bungee gods were smiling upon me this day. The staff ...
... younger children was following us down the stairs. His eyes got real wide and I smiled and said hello in English then Korean and did a little bow. He stopped and bowed real deep and said hello in Korean. So adorable. You can tell they respect that you are older. I accidentally hit my tray against a child's and he apologized and bowed like it was his fault >.< We were done after lunch so we took the taxi back. I had to go in for a check up so I took a taxi back out with a ...