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Today... Was stressful as planned. Woke up @ 7. Met my boss JD to drive an hour to the studio, arrived at 10, but didn't even begin hair/makeup till 11:30. Had lunch, and began shooting @ 1. "Mr Shin" is a famous comedian celebrity in Korea and everyone on set was going gaga over him. I just wanted to get the f outta there. JD left me with Julie, one of ...
... on the Yonsei track! It's a little awkward because Korean women don't exercise... so it's just a bunch of guys playing soccer and staring like they've never seen a girl jogging before (in all fairness, they may never have). To remedy this problem, I've been taking a bunch of girls from my hall along with me, which is great!! It's kind of like the... Yonsei Foreign Women's Running Club. Nothing feels better than getting on ...
400.000 látogatón, valamint több száz tányér elkészített és pikk-pakk (Pick pack!) eladott szendvicsen vagyunk túl.... Hipp-hipp-hurrá magyar-koreai álomcsapat! :-)
Our Hungarian-Korean dream team prepared and sold out hundreds of delicious Pick salami sandwiches in a record time at the Seoul Friendship Fair 2013 attracting around 400.000 visitors! Have a rest, guys... ...
... boring (or awesome) things I’ve seen today!
My morning began at 3:40 when my alarm went off. I got up and attempted to get ready a
little bit and finish throwing last minute things into bags and suitcases. Let
me pause right here and say that packing for six months in two suitcases less
than 50 lbs apiece is on the top of my list of most difficult things I’ve ever
done. After a little lot more cramming, ...
... village is home to buildings with painted on doors and windows, and they used to play propaganda music and recordings constantly throughout the day. Almost no one actually lives there. I think one of the most interesting things that I learned about is a massive industrial site in the North which is actually run by many Southern companies. Hundreds of South Koreans commute across the border every day to work in these factories, but North Koreans are also hired at much ...