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Up for an early breakfast and 8am start. We made our way to Gudeok stadium for a day of training and demonstrations. The stadium isn't the flashiest but adequate.
First up, all the nations assembled for several minutes of warm ups. Master Sun Seo treated us to some demonstrations, which we all got to practise with partners. A great learning curve. As this progressed, we would pause from our technique practise and were treated to pattern form ...
... It was an unusual handshake because JJ tickled my palm with his index finger. I asked if anyone else experienced the same, thinking it was a local tradition I was not aware of. I got blank stares at first, followed by laughter next. Apparently I was the only one who got this "special" handshake and the group determined that JJ was hitting on me. I guess sometimes you get more than you pay for... or want. Next stop Fukuoka (what is Rox getting me into ...
... br> Unfortunately because of the rain today we did not get awesome views from the path. We were able to see some pretty cliffs and rocks in the water, but that was about it. We followed the path to the right for a while until it started to go uphill again. By this time we were nice and soaked and even John didn't feel like climbing the hill. The path to the left would lead us back to the start point and eventually to the hostel.
We stopped every so often to take pictures ...
... this one. A traditional Korean body scrub is something that most foreigners have a hard time adjusting to. You are sent to a private room where you strip down to your birthday suit where two women scrub your skin from head to toe with loofahs and scrubby cloths until your skin is red and raw. They use an oil-based soap to remove all your dead skin and restore moisture. You then need to shower off the oil and excess skin and get massaged with lotion all over. It ...
... The numerous upscale restaurants and cafes act as popular hangouts for the young crowds and local celebrities. The hippies also enjoy gallery hopping along the hill; while the long stretch of road attracts motorcyclists, outdoor sports enthusiasts, and hikers.
From Busan station walk 172m straight and take bus(# 1003) (31 min travel time). Get off at Haeundae Beach stop and walk 169m to Haeundae Beach.