I just got back from a 2 ½ hour romp looking for some chicken. It only took me about 45 minutes to find a place, but then I got lost on my way back. I can’t wait to get a phone with some GPS on there. I sort of meandered down the streets at 8:30 on a Sunday night looking for a sign with a chicken on it. After I found one, I ordered a delicious saucy chicken set (set me back $15 since it’s for a couple people normally, but I was Jones’in’), and I was ready for it.
However, I did not keep track of how far in either direction I’d walked and I found myself going down some very unfamiliar streets. Luckily enough, I found a sweet little arcade and was able to throw down in a little Drum Mania. A couple teenage boys there watched me, asked me where I was from and we helped me out as much as they could with their limited English. I followed there directions but still ended up nowhere. I caved and took a cab the last kilometer. On the plus side, I was able to remember what “station” was in Korean!
Back for the first time, I'm coming off hell month with a second wind of inspiration. I've decided to start recording video journals, commonly known as "vlogs", a word I can't really use with a straight face. I'm dusting this bitch off, so check in regularly for harrowing tales of my life in South Korea.
What's with the heading?
I am still hammering out the design of my heading. I promise to have something acceptable and stylish up there by next week! Sorry for being such a lazy bastard~
Young, rough and tumble, and always on the lookout for a fun, new experience. I am fluent in Japanese, but the hands of Fate pointed my way to South Korea. I am currently working as an English teacher. I hope to spark the fires of adventure in anyone who is contemplating the possibility of life abroad.