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Today is main competition day at Gudeok Stadium.
Joanne competed in women's self defence. The techniques were all chair techniques, 15 of them and it finished with Joanne taking Mark to the ground or disabling him. She was up against stiff competition from women at least half her age. No medal was won but she gained a respectable score and should be proud of ...
... it. Be prepared, and be warned. Time is precious.
2. The foreigner stare is more common than I ever gave it credit for. It's a phenomenon where two foreigners come in clear view of each other, generating an unspoken tension on what to do next. Should we wave? Say Hello in our common language? Speak at all? More often than not, the hesitation about the next move lasts too long, and nothing ever comes of the situation. Yet still, it's a spectacle ...
... based on the principle of "bone conduction" to participate in full body rest
Wave-Dream Room meant to recreate the feeling of being submerged in deep waters
Hard Wood Charcol Room generates negative ions and transfers an "acidified body to an alkalified body"
Hamam Room that recreate Turkish baths improves immune system and improves beauty (not kidding - that's in the brochure)
Bali Room with high or middle steam temperatures to warm the ...
... all for women.
I chowed down on my tempura veggies while updating my journal and will have an early night as my train leaves Busan at 7:50 am.
However, I didn't get to bed as early as planned as the owner's brother likes to cook and made everyone in the hostel seafood pancakes with squid, and we were served three different types of makgolli (in the traditional small bowls). We chatted and had a lovely evening.
... to a custard slice, it’s just Korea’s efficiency and intensity is mind blowing. Therefore with a funeral being the most extreme example of their fast paced lifestyles I was intrigued to attend. In England our funerals take a week to organise, while our stores go out of business and remain empty for a year and a half.
The first few days back home could prove interesting; I’m intrigued to see how reverse culture shock may affect me. Locals ...