While Melissa and Mendi were here we walked through a street market and saw this shirt on sale for only 5,000 won (about $5)!
Sometimes seemingly innocent words end up meaning something a little bit more scandalous…
As you learned in my last post, Haeundae Beach (Busan, South Korea) in the summer is more than a little overwhelming. If you find yourself at this chaotic beach in summer, my advice is to soak up the scenery…
… then head towards the Westin Chosun Hotel.
Don’t forget to people watch along the way!
Take a left just as you see the Westin and head towards the rocky end of the beach. Once there, it’s now time to check out what I’ve decided to call, “The Men of Haeundae.” They are an interesting bunch!
Cute iPhone cases are all the rages in South Korea, but this one caught me off guard…
I have been so busy this week enjoying time with my friends! Since I wasn’t able to post on Friday, I decided to share something with you today…
Have you ever been invited to sit in the conductor’s booth?
Melissa, Mendi and I were only able to buy standing room seats for the train from Busan to Ulsan. By the end of the trip, the conductor in the caboose of the train must have been so tired of bumping us with his door each time he went in and out that he decided to invite us in his booth. Then he held out his phone for 5 minutes to show us an amazing video he took from his booth of the train running along the tracks.
Here’s a short clip of the view from the conductor’s booth.
It’s Say WHAT?! Wednesday again! That means I get to share with you more bad English or weird things that I’ve seen during my time in South Korea.
Just in case you missed last week, CLICK HERE to check out the crazy shirt I caught one of my 6th graders wearing to school!
“BABY IN CAR” type signs have been popular in many places in the world at one time or another and they are all the rage in Korea at the moment. It was no surprise to me that the large stationary chain in town was selling them, but nothing could have prepared me for this…
To me, it screams, “Don’t drive like a jerk because I have a baby with an axe inside the car and there’s no telling what he might do!” Personally, I find babies with axes terrifying. And this one in particular kind of looks like a badass.
Don’t forget: CLICK HERE to see last week’s Say WHAT?! Wednesday.
In Korea, today is a public holiday celebrating Buddha’s birthday so I thought I would take some time out to wish him a very happy birthday!