Orakai Songdo Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my burger to my table, complain about it, then eat it 5. Opening windows. Cabs, students, apartments residents I've been a visitor to - they all do it. There's this huge belief in fresh air that's slightly Annoying to people who understand that's valuable electricity going out the window (literally) 6. Being in my own world...this goes with the extreme addiction to technology among Koreans. There's not a person walking down the street or riding the subway ...
... I never ordered but soon five of those bowls were in front of me filled with steaming noodle soup and bancha, side dishes that always include the Korean staple, spicy kimchi, which is basically a variety of fermented veggies. I got something different than everyone else. I think I got the JV version. But damn was it good, for under $5.
For meat, you go for Korean Barbecue. After taking off your shoes, you ...
This blog date is going to seem like a long one because it actually covers two days. We jumped the international date line so we actually fall back one day. The flight left Denpasar on time. We each got a little sleep on the plane. It is so hard to get any sleep on the plane with such uncomfortable seats. Plus they turn on the lights to serve a meal seemingly just after the eyes close. We arrived in Seoul ...
... Sunny, got a kick out of watching our boys, Zachary in particular, sample fish eyes and roasted silk worms. I think our kids were made for global travel.
Another highlight of this trip was Korean major league baseball. As we understand it, baseball was introduced by the government who “encouraged” corporate sponsors to underwrite teams in order to divert popular attention from politics. It was Monday night and ...
... 10PM six days a week. Because of this yesterday, they told me that I would need to find my own dinner.
"Not a problem" I said. I'm an adult, so finding a meal should be simple.
Well, it's true, finding food here is as simple as taking a few steps out your door, there are food stands every 100 feet (selling meat on a stick, waffles, and chips), stores every 50 feet (similar to aldi or 7 eleven, most are 7 eleven btw) and people on the ...