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Stupid Seoul

Everytime I go to Seoul I have a crap time. This time was no exception. First, I had to run to the bus in my army boots. Blisters ensued. Then, I went to go drop off my UPS package, I am returning my non-functional Kindle to Amazon... yet again. That place wasn't open on Saturdays (they didn't post the hours online so I had no way to know). After that, I went to the National Museum of Korea, and it was great. I learned all about history and saw a bunch of old stuff. I was really tired after that and went to go meet Ken for his big party. He was frazzled and nervous so I helped him out planning his party games etc. etc. We had M&Ms which we gave to people, and whichever colour you got, that meant you had to converse with people who had the same colour. We gave everyone a bunch of conversation starter questions and sort of let them go. People really got into it and it was a lot of fun. Then, at the end of the night, I was talking to some of Ken's friends and they told me he in fact, was not gay, and that I should not surf his couch tonight. Ahhhh dammit. OK... so later on, we were having a lot of fun playing foosball etc. etc. and somehow he got me to go off away from his friends and he tried to get me to drink a bunch of drinks. It didn't work, so I told him I was taking the next bus home, he was mad, but whatever, he was probably planning something unsavoury. After that, I waited in the cafe until the subway started running again and was very very mad. I found a coat that someone left around, which fit me perfectly and took it home. Screw you Seoul, I'm keeping your jacket.

Get me outta herrrrrrrrre!

Get me outta herrrrrrrrre!


National Museum of Korea (again)

National Museum of Korea (again)


Ken and his friend who told me he wasn't gay

Ken and his friend who told me he wasn't gay


Looking for the ball

Looking for the ball

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in South Korea

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