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Sunday, July 08, 2007

Dakgalbi again!! (whatever, it's delicious.)
Pictured- chicken/kimchi fried rice.

Result of the rainy season: A lush landscape.
Yongsan Station (Electronics Mall, Seoul)

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Yongsan subway station

Rum and Coke at Tinpan:

- a Hongdae area bar famous for hip music and a mix of white men and Korean women.
There is dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. Sunday was a little quiet.

We didn't go to "UNCLE 31 Western Bar" or "Ho bar."

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Koreans snacking on street food: Oddang (fish dough), dokbokkie, battered seafood, etc.

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We licked salt off our wrists and did tequilla shots. 2.50USD ea. They led to the telling of some deep dark secrets.

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Out the train (subway) window.

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Min isn't a smoker, but he likes the way it looks. The pack cost him less than 2.50USD. Cigarettes are very cheap in Korea. Most men start smoking in the military.


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Out the bus window from Suwon to Seoul

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Masks inspired by a Korean comedian who wore the horse mask on TV. If you're hungry for attention while clubbing, that's one way to get it!

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This is where I got the white sandals Natasha likes. When you're shopping for $5 shoes, you have to try on at least 20 pairs before you find ones that don't eat your feet.


5 comments:

Keesler said...

omg look at all those shoes!!! I hope I can find my size shoe while over there.

supersoulfly said...

Tell me more about this bar full of Korean women and white men.

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

there are shoes EVERYWHERE keelser, but barely any comfortable ones.

Supersoulfly... yeah! it's known for white guys and korean women. usually bars in korea are civilized places where ppl sit at their respective tables, but at this one, people dance close on the floor, and you can get 'american' cocktails. Sunday was dead quiet, but this is what i've heard...

Guano said...

"a mix of white men and Korean women." /eyerolling

you didn't notice any Korean men at TinPan 2?

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

not a one, other than the one I was with! but there were a LOT of foreign men there - attracted by the good English music selection and cheap alcohol, I'm guessing.