Spent the weekend in Seoul. Saw some vendors making a banana nutella dessert. Obviously, I had to get one! 🙂
A restaurant just opened in the same building where I work. My co-workers and I decided to try it out last week. Although it was good, American food is so expensive here!
I had clam chowder for the first time. Oh man, it was good! The cheese burger was great, but I definitely would not pay $7.50 for one, small hamburger! Thankfully work paid for this meal. 😛
Saturday night, my friend and I decided to take a trip to Daejeon Station which is an area that has a decent shopping selection. We ended up spending a few hours there walking up and down the streets where people sold seafood, knick-knacks, food, and pets! Afterwards we made our way to a college area and went to a bar, Santa Claus. This bar gives English speakers a taste of home because it is an English bar that is open and is filled with English music, a foosball table, and a pool table!
Additionally, my friend met a very friendly couple who latched onto him quickly. They ended their long night of conversing by walking down the street embracing their new friendship through some lovely hand holding. 🙂
Korean’s are so adorable.