The Lexington Hotel
Travel Blogs from Seoul
... nit family I have here at KIS.
-I have hit up the Seoul town a couple nights now...celebrated a friends birthday last friday by going to a neighborhood favorite apparently-"Beer Mart." At this bar there are about 10 large cases of beer, each one with a standard price for all the different beers in that case. So the way it works is you just walk up to a case at your convenience, pick a beer, any beer, drink it and then go up for ...
... way. I'm picking up "Singlish" as a fourth language, which is literally the greatest language on Earth. It's a combination of English, Chinese, Malay, and some other dialects. Here's a completely accurate video about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjtsnMUX TZA
Here's an example sentence if you're interested: in standard English, we might say "He's very good at playing soccer." But in Singlish, they say "He play soccer also very good one leh" with ...
... that a lot of the locals were ready to help us, it still took us about 30 minutes to find our hostel! At least we got to explore the neighborhood I guess! When we got to our hostel, I was delighted to see how clean and pretty our dorm was. Plus, the hostel owner has the cutest little kitten ever..... MAJOR plus in my book ahahaha! Anyways, after dropping our bags, we made our way to one of the small restaurants nearby and splurged on some ...
... tall buildings and technologies from the cities and just enjoy the good weather at a good place at a good time with the best people to spend it with.
It was time time to eat lunch and we ate at Takalbi restaurant where you will mix all the ingredients like the cabbage, rice, rice cake, sauce, and of course the chicken rib. Takalbi restaurant specializes in Grilled Chicken Rib.
After satisfying our tummies, we went to Seoul to have our shopping time
... session with Austin while Tab played pool with her friends. I think we finally made it home around 3:00 AM. For my last day in Seoul, we spent several hours at the Jimjibang Korean spa. This was probably my favorite and most enjoyable experience. The US definitely needs a jimjibang. I would go there every week. We only paid about $9 to get in and had access to numerous hot baths, saunas, hot sleeping rooms, game rooms, pools, and food. For a little extra cost, we could ...
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