Thursday, April 8, 2010

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Trying on Hanboks Because Jasmine Made Me.

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Namsan Hanok Village (남산골한옥마을)

or "A Village of Traditional Houses in the Namsan Valley."

or "Spring? Could it be?"

(Sorry, not feeling up for descriptions. Pictures are worth a few choice words though, I think someone said that once.)

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Jeff Beck, Live in Seoul

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Noryangjin Fish Market (노량진역)

Step 1: Arrive Noryangjin Station.
Step 2: Follow your nose (fish scent is what you're looking for...).
Step 3: Find a fish you like.
Step 4: Negotiate price (minimum discount you should settle for is 20% off asking price).
Step 5: Have fish sashimi'd.
Step 6: Go to restaurant (but don't agree to spicy fish bone soup OR the restaurant downstairs - rip off).
Step 7: Take customary "first-timer eating live octopus" video.
Step 7: Vow you won't be eating fish for at least a month.

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Soon to be dinner.
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Brandon's BBQ skrimps didn't stand a chance.
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