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... non-drinkers. Especially Jo and I who have virtually a zero-alcohol tolerance. As someone who doesn't really enjoy drinking, it was a little unnerving to have a 500mL stein plonked infront of you. The Soju in the somac helped it go down a little smoother. Overall, last night, I had maybe 100mL of beer, and a gulp of Somac. Impressive right? POP QUIZ by Hugo Bae I was in a film. It's ...
... I had last year except the bathroom on the boat was
bigger! Shoes come off to go upstairs
and my boots had their own hotel room too - a little locked locker on the
Kidae had recommended a traditional Korean restaurant for
dinner so after grabbing 40 winks I headed out.
I’d got to the hotel at about 17:00 and headed out at about 19:00
feeling dog tired. The hotel really is
in a great location. ...
... if you had any) in the big bags, and then you were free to go around to socialise with the residents.
The cafe was not big, but it had over 10 tables for customers to sit at. We put our bags at a table, but we just went around to say hi to all the residents! There was also a wall with the residents bios to indicate their names, birthdate, and further details (in Korean though).
The kittens were to cute to put in words, so just enjoy the photos...
... word story started.
-Butter is more expensive than Brie cheese here....hmmmmm, doesn't make sense to me
-Korean age is much different than US age. When you are born you are considered to be 1 because the age starts when the child is conceived and your age changes on January 1st, NOT on your birthday---so I am considered 25 in Korean age....whoaaaa, I think I prefer the states way of doing it :)
-Watching football over here makes me miss ...
Info on the palaces:
Gyeongbokgung Palace = Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven (Wikipedia)
Jogyesa = Chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism (Wikipedia)