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... on paper to practise, then we moved onto painting our own tshirt. Some of them looked amazing, but unfortunately I haven't got much artistic value when it comes to a brush. After caligraphy, we met our supervisor, Shirley from Sydney, for a fried chicken dinner. After dinner and losing part of the team, the rest of us went for a walk in HongDae to explore and look for a recommended coffee shop, but we happened ...
... find the KAL Limousine Bus and make
way into Seoul. I eventually found the
bus, showed the guy there my ticket and the directions to my hotel and he
promptly whipped the voucher from my hand and replaced it with a Won 10,000
note telling me I had to go on another bus where the fare was Won 10,000. To put that price into perspective, just
knock off three noughts and you’ll get the approximate US dollar amount; so 10
bucks to get into ...
... and six 'banchan', side dishes, mostly vegetables seasoned in some sauce but occasionally seafood or tofu. I've never had a problem with appetite but it's rare for me to finish a South Korean meal. We were also given the opportunity at the Dorasan customs office to buy North Korean beer, Taedonggang Maekchu (Taedong River Beer). It was 10,000 won for a 640mL bottle but I wasn't going to pass up the opportunity. I drank it last night at the hostel. It was one fine drop. Coloured ...
... our favourite place in Seoul: Namdaemun market. It was a beautiful building on the outside with great views of Namsan Tower. It was clean, the beds were not nearly as uncomfortable as others and the bathroom came with the customary bidet. There were only two downsides to the place: 1) The hotel has not been updated since the early 1980s, but not really a big problem and 2) Since it is winter in Korea, the heat has to be set to at least 35 degrees and of course, the thermostat was ...
... which led to
the bathroom but at that point, we were too tired to care. Ian went to grab some food and I was tasked
with guarding his mattress and pillow. I
must have dozed off momentarily because when Ian came by again, his pillow was
missing. Determined that I would not
lose the mat, I slid it under my butt and half slept on it. Miraculously when Ian came back a 2nd time
that might had been stolen ...