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Friday, July 13, 2007

Church, Food, a Musical and Nightlife in Korea (a.k.a. my weekend)

There is a lot to say about this weekend, so... rambelling to come. Tomorrow maybe.
Part One: Sunday afternoon, BAPTIST Church in Seoul

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Lunch with the church youth group. No, Nana, I haven't converted just yet.

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My old Canadian roommate and his church friends.

Part Two: Saturday Night Musical

We saw Lunatic Show. Visit the website for ticket info.

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It is Korean with no subtitles, but I enjoyed the song, dance and slapstick comedy.

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We had Pastries at Paris Baguette before the musical.

One of the lead actors:

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Part Three: Night out in Gangnam, Seoul

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice pics, as usual!

I seem to be a sucker for street, building and people photos like 1, 3, 4 and 5, ie the stairwell, calvin kleine store, the lightbulb, the blurry car, respectively. I only wish the resolution were bigger like before. :)

supersoulfly said...

If you are taking requests, may I suggest more photos of Korean women? I'm not saying Min isn't cute, but it's time for you to get some female Korean friends. I am also waiting to hear about the "good girl/bad girl" heirarchy in Korea.
On a side note I'm expecting a phone interview for a position in Seoul today. If all goes well I'll be eating Kimchi by August 20. Wish me luck.

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...
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MUD said...

Love the photos. Does seem like there are a lot of fashion houses in them. Are you a closet "designer clothes" addict? I really love the pictures of the food. I miss the fact that our Korean restaurants here in the heartland seem to have all closed. You can't get a good Korean dish anywhere near here. Well, there is one "Oriental" restaurant that does a beef bulgogi. The only problem id the cooks are Mexican and just don't understand subtle flavors and make everything just hot.

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

Thanks anonymous! I uploaded some large format ones for you instead. It took me FOREVER though!! Why is it such a pain in the butt to do. I have to download them to PhotoBucket and HTML them into the blog.
I guess it's worth it ;o)

Mud- Thank you! Wish I could let you taste the food. Technology has its limits.

And no I don't have a thing for designer clothes, but I think they make sophisticated looking photos. Am I mistaken?

Anonymous said...

^ Definitely not mistaken. I like the "pooneuhgee" (ambience) captured in those photos and your photos in general. They seem to have the sort of stylistic eye that I like.

Btw, have you tried imageshack for photos? Imageshack has some cool features that you can install to make uploading photos from your computer to their servers easier (eg drag and drop, right-click quick upload), and the ability to manage/delete what you upload.

http://toolbar.imageshack.us/

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

Anonymous, Do you live in Korea? Re: the link, I'll see if it's more convenient than PhotoBucket. If it is I'll thank you profusely.