Hotel La Mir
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... made no secret of the fact that he really didn’t want to be here. He didn’t like the heat and he didn’t seem to like being a tour guide, I guess they never warned him about this in his basic training, ha ha. Whilst our soldier didn’t seem to be taking his responsibility too seriously we were all required to sign a disclaimer that if we were injured or killed due to enemy action it was our own fault, awesome hand me the pen??!!??
... that came with a free tray full of side dishes. They were all
bought to our table along with a pot of hot coals which they put a grill plate
on top and positioned the exhaust shute hanging from the ceiling above it.
There was kimchi, a pickled cabbage dish that is quite spicy, lettuce leaves to
wrap the cooked meat in, raw garlic and chilli to put on the BBQ, bean paste to
smear on the lettuce leaves, soft tofu in a red sauce, a noodle coleslaw, ...
... had a fabulous time. I also explored an are called Hongdae with a few friends. Hongdae is an artsy, young area with a lot going on. We picked up a couple of Korean beers (no open container law here) and sat on a bench area where we could comfortable chat and people watch for hours. Hongdae also has a pretty sweet frisbee golf (frolf) coarse that we played last weekend. It is located on a plateau with a beautiful view of the city and mountains. ...
... students. All there street shoes sat outside the doors on shelves whiles they used sandals. The bell rang and the halls were instantly filled. Many kids were shocked to see me and couldn't help but stare. I felt as if I was an alien, I have never been looked at that way. It was a strange feeling but as we continued on to the higher floors it seemed like there was a ...
Yay I'm safe in Uijeongbu with Ashley! Fun fact, Uijeongbu was supposed to be the setting for M*A*S*H*. Pretty cool. Honestly today was pretty laid back at first. I just packed and skyped. At noon I had help hailing a taxi from the cute student in charge of the building. Told the driver where to go and everything without me asking! Then I had a really awesome taxi driver. He did lots of driving down a lane then cutting to the left to be In the front of ...