InterContinental Seoul COEX
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Today after my 25 min long shower getting my Afro un-tangled, Olga, Rodrigo and I met up with Caylee, who lives in South Korea working as an English teacher. (Formally working for my mom in Van). We then cabbed to Itaewon, to meet a buddy of a friend of mines from Vancouver, who's here for 3 days 'dancing'. Long story lol. Anyways. Funny and such a small world because he, Luca, also works for my mom... So Caylee and him got along just fine discussing ...
... China for about six years, so I can practice Chinese and Korean with her. The bad thing is that the communication that actually happens is through a crazy mixture of all three languages, which is bad practice all around. I'm thinking of asking her if we can establish a schedule, like Monday: Chinese, Tuesday: English, Wednesday: mostly Korean with some English, etc. Like I mentioned when I was in China, though, it's very awkward to communicate with someone in a foreign language ...
... like very pretty girls.
Back to the food! Tteokbokki is slices of soft rice cakes, much like gnocchi, boiling in a spicy Korean red sauce, served with a toothpick. To accompany the tteokbokku, grab a roll Gimbap, a sushi roll of rice and pickled veggies, wrapped in seaweed. Twigim is deep fried anything - veggies, dumplings, shrimp. Soondae is blood sausage and rice. That's gross.
The blue ...
... to this country. The plane touchdown at Incheon International Airport (dubbed as the best international airport all over the world for 8 consecutive years and the best duty free in the world for 3 consecutive years) around 6:05am Korean time( advance by 1 hour ) after 4 hours of travel time.
Here's my suggested itineraries for a 4days 3 nights trip:
Day 1 - arrival ...
... you might only get two stares a week. Truth is though, I’m just as bad! If ever I see a white person in Nowon (the area I live in) a turn my head to have a good gawp cos I’m so surprised to see one!
Apparently some guy Sam knows used to work in a really rural area; and when he was food shopping with a Korean co-teacher one day they were apparently announcing what he was doing over the tannoy system!! “The foreigner has ...