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... interesting sights was the lord’s bed. It certainly didn’t look comfortable, but the bamboo wife was funny. In the summer it is very hot, so the lord sleeps with the bamboo wife and the real wife sleeps in her quarters. Bamboo is supposed to be cool so a round woven tube around 10 inches in diameter serves as the sleeping companion.
Suwon, better known as Samsung City, was our location for lunch. Here we dined ...
... If I'm on the wrong subway train I can just get off and try another. We reached Uijeongbu around 4:00 and i really like it in Uijeongbu. It's big, but not so big it's overwhelming. Plus she lives in like the main downtown. I'm so excited to explore here, I'm going to tomorrow (Monday) and Tuesday (since I'm meeting her and her language exchange buddy). I will plan my Seoul trip tomorrow and Tuesday if I don't finish. We hung out and talked before ...
... at a wine bar in Hongdae. It was so crazy to be with two other Perryton girls in Seoul. After a drink, we went to a restaurant for chicken, beer, and soju. I learned how to eat chicken without a knife and I think I have adopted the technique and will use it in the US. They use two forks to pull the chicken apart and it’s actually a much easier way than cutting it. The Cass beer is very light and the soju is the Korean version of vodka. I like both!!! Luckily I can get ...
... Day 16 – Seoul
We braved Seoul’s negative double
digit weather today and sought out the two most famous temples in
Seoul – Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. Changdeokgung is the
smaller of the two and it was quite interesting – we got to see how
the old palace was heated (coal fires below the floors) and learned
that the King was so paranoid of attacks that he didn’t have any
furniture in his room for attackers to hide under – ...
Today was rather frustrating so I'll keep it short. I was able to finally get my immigration card today which makes me a full fledged LEGAL immigrant. Then I went to the bank, by myself, and had the bank representatives connect my immigration card to my bank account so that I could get a cell phone. I went to the SK Telecom cell phone store, again by myself, and got me an iPhone 4s (white). I would say that I've accomplished quite a bit on my own for someone ...