Imperial Palace Hotel
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... at Slobbie (shaved ice with red beans), which was infused with spiced mageekoli. I was officially hooked. No wonder it's such a popular dessert among the Koreans (although Koreans rarely eat dessert). It can be found at any cafe, even at McDonald's, which I would later discover. The cool thing about Slobbie was that they grew there own herbs, fruits and veggies on their outside patio. Also, they make a point of hiring single moms...very cool.
It was a Saturday in Hongdae, ...
After like 3 weeks of no work and barely any castings... Coming seconds away from booking a ticket home, I magically booked 4 full day jobs within the next week! So my Friday started with morning workout with rodrigo. Then heading over to my little ruggrats @ the dog house. Always brightens my days. I was planning on heading to Namdaemun on Saturday with Rodrigo, however late Friday night I got word ...
... make a short hike up Namsam hill again. Twenty minutes later we saw what we should have seen yesterday... a nice city view with mountains in the background. We stayed up at the lookout for a while before starting our city walk.
The course to the first palace took us through a market area called Namdaemun. It is mostly an open air street market with people selling anything from $200 hikng pants to $1 fried snacks. Nothing really caught our eye ...
... the game with a double play while the bases were loaded (got a hang of the lingo have I). But what really made the occasion were the fans on both sides singing and chanting throughout the nine innings, creating such an infectious joyous atmosphere. One of the reasons for this has to be the cheap affordability of tickets. I paid just 15,000 Won (about £8.00) for mine but that was a mid-range ticket; prices went as low as 3,000 Won (less than £2.00!). Even then ...