Yeoksam Artnouveau City I
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... down through an area called Insadongil later, we never did find out why it was so popular but it was rammed with tourists, and there really wasn't anything significant about the place... We found a great place to eat though, very traditional wooden building, paper screens again, and really nice bibimbap and a toasty warm floor. We headed back after this, passing a beautiful tiered pagoda/tower which had unfortunately been encased in an ugly glass. I understand the need ...
... br> Paul had a grand time at the various saunas while I lounged around eating eggs and drinking sikhye on the heated floor. I was taught how to make the sheep's head wrap by Rakkojae staff the day before and at Dragonhill, a Chinese tourist actually came up to me to ask how to make the head wrap! Guess I looked like a pro.
I was particular taken by the jade pyramid room which draws out toxins and bonus points - ...
... together with a flourish and proffering it to me with both hands, palms up and fingers delicately around the circumference of the bowl. Clearly there was a bow, and I'm not sure but there seemed to be a flash of a conspiratorial smile of 'try that honkie'. It was unseasoned rice with bits in. Arrived at Incheon airport and it is modern, glamorous and lots of people in face masks; everything you'd expect of a thrusting 21st ...
As most of you who read this know...tomorrow is July 4th. Also known as the day we call Independence Day. Before I moved to Korea this was a day I usually attended parades, ate more hamburgers than necessary, watched fireworks, and celebrated as a form of habit. However, this year I've come to understand the freedom I have so much more and developed a true appreciation for what it feels to be an American....
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... we decided the night was over...
This newly 24 year old came into the new age with a game of scrabble and ended its welcome before 3 am, so I am hopeful that this new age will be full or changes. These changes have already started as dwindling social circles, slowly opening up to a man of interest, regretting days wasted in bed, reading books that change my life, and (most confusing of all) buying face/hair/eye cream.
6 months down, 6 to go!