Incheon Airport Transit Hotel
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So at the check-in at Dulles, Korean Air insisted we show the credit card that we used to purchase the tickets 6 months ago. That wouldn't be a problem except the bank replaced that card about a month ago. They asked if I brought a bank statement! Uh, no! I was finally able to pull up the April statement on my phone, showing the old account number …
... until we found our next gate. We had about 3 hours to kill by the time we found the right gate. The whole main concourse of the main terminal appears to be one large duty free shop after an other and it was packed with Koreans shopping. Since we weren't in the market for any of your typical duty free items we simply avoided that mess. After taking some time to freshen up, it never felt so good to brush your teeth, it was time to find some food. We walked ...
... to the Thai people. Apparently they really enjoy looking at our books, yuck (just kidding). We loaded up the van, said a prayer and headed out. God really had His hand on all of our timing because everything worked out really well. I was so excited to be with my best friend, Tiffany, because she has never flown before, and it's great to be able to experience this with her. Our plane left Dulles around noon. I knew we were in for a long 16 hours. ...
... salty and tasty! Gippeums mother was so worried about the foreign food she brought home cereal for the first time for me. They told me its like eating chips in the morning. Eventually they wanted to explore and both the parents and my friend poured themselves a bowl.
Today we decided to learn some history of Korea by touring some palaces of old Kings. After a public bus ride on what seemed to be something like a couch bus that was ...
... or given lots of positive special treatment for being a foreigner; here we are mostly just ignored and treated like regular people.
At 6PM we all had dinner together in this really cool market/restaurant area; I forgot what it's called. I tried rice wine for the first time, which some people thought tasted like pool water but I thought seemed pretty neutral. After dinner ...