Seoul Royal Hotel
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... civilised than the strange ladies lounge in Japan. It had cats of every shape colour and size, some with hysterical short legs, some with the smallest ears and some gorgeous grumpy faced fur balls. These cats were pretty funny and would happily just jump up and make themselves comfortable in the middle of your table. I could have stayed here all day, but my schedule meant that we had to head off to the Trick Eye Museum. These seem to be taking off in Asia ...
... that came with a free tray full of side dishes. They were all
bought to our table along with a pot of hot coals which they put a grill plate
on top and positioned the exhaust shute hanging from the ceiling above it.
There was kimchi, a pickled cabbage dish that is quite spicy, lettuce leaves to
wrap the cooked meat in, raw garlic and chilli to put on the BBQ, bean paste to
smear on the lettuce leaves, soft tofu in a red sauce, a noodle coleslaw, ...
... stand out more and are more powerful. Crazy. After here we went back to the Imjingak park to have our lunch. Half of our tour left here because they were only doing the DMZ and not the JLC. Our lunch was Bulgogi. I wanted to try something different than what I had the night before but at least I knew it was going to be nice. Shortly after our lunch we had to get on another coach to take us to the JLC. Luckily we weren't with any Chinese people, they were all western people on. ...
... and made it to the big city of seoul. i had arranged to stay with a couch surfer hear named isiah who is from california. i confusingly made my way onto the subway and after taking the wrong train i made it to Itaewon which is where isiah lives. i borrowed a non speaking korean girls phone to call him and 30 minutes he arrived on his scooter and whisked me away to his humble apartment. isiah feels there are no road laws here in kdrea so needless to say he drives on sidewalks, ...
... and then we thought we would walk to a local pasta restaurant for Italian food but realized when we got there that it was closed on Monday. So back we walked to Lotteria and had a burger instead.
We spent the evening doing some research on the internet. Finding a video on migration for Carla's class, and researching chamwae (Korean melon).
Tomorrow I plan to head to Seoul for some sight ...