Business trips, eBay, Korea, Uncategorized Protected: KOREA: DAY 1 (SATURDAY) 30 August 2007

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Let’s Chat!




Let's Chat!

Dang woman, that airplane food looks terrific. One day I’ll make my way out of cattle class… one day…

Just a few questions:

– Aren’t those “squid thingys” just… squids?
– Is a korean bbq called a korean bbq in korea? Or just a bbq?
– Was the Bikini Bar aptly name or falsely advertised?

And I took good care of your ferrets whilst you were away. Real… good… care. Its special.

i don’t even know what those squid thingys are?! nor those work thingys *shudder*

Haha i think “korean bbq” is called something completely diff there.. but I can’t remember what πŸ˜‰

We didn’t dare check out the bikini bar.. it didn’t really look dodgy though so who knows?!

Hope you like the Korean tea πŸ™‚

how dare they stop you! yeah they told me to do the same thing in NYC go figure. you should have snuck in a few pics! ninja pics! hee hee!

Wow! Seoul looks awesome!!! Question: so how did you manage to order food in the restaurant??? Did they have an English menu or were there pictures on the menu? When I was there 6-7 yrs ago, it was a challenge, no English menu, no pictures but thankfully, I had some local co-workers who brought me around. Do share more pics! I miss the food in Seoul, yummers!

It’s VERY VERY hard to order.. or even to talk to anyone in Korea to be honest! But some places have pics of all the food so we just point πŸ˜‰

Dang woman, that airplane food looks terrific. One day I’ll make my way out of cattle class… one day…

Just a few questions:

– Aren’t those “squid thingys” just… squids?
– Is a korean bbq called a korean bbq in korea? Or just a bbq?
– Was the Bikini Bar aptly name or falsely advertised?

And I took good care of your ferrets whilst you were away. Real… good… care. Its special.

i don’t even know what those squid thingys are?! nor those work thingys *shudder*

Haha i think “korean bbq” is called something completely diff there.. but I can’t remember what πŸ˜‰

We didn’t dare check out the bikini bar.. it didn’t really look dodgy though so who knows?!

Hope you like the Korean tea πŸ™‚

and also hard to believe you have the energy to post all your lovely photos so all your readers can live vicariously through your adventures – thank you!

Hehe I did ’em pretty late last night ‘cos I’m out all day again on an off-site. Will post day 2 later tonight or tomorrow!

that chocolate mousse cake looks delicious, even though im not a big fan of plane’s food..

and i love your expression when the waiter took over the cooking!!! πŸ˜›

AND WHAT ARE THOSE YUCKY LOOKING THINGS IN THE TANK>!>[email protected]@

Apparently people eat those worm things in Korea…… we were WAY too scared to try, just looking at ’em squirming around was scary!!

Actually, the real name of the company that makes the mouthwash is Garglin. That’s how you would pronounce the word κ°€κ·Έλ¦°, but not how it’s romanized (which is the way I spelled it). πŸ˜€

how dare they stop you! yeah they told me to do the same thing in NYC go figure. you should have snuck in a few pics! ninja pics! hee hee!

Wow! Seoul looks awesome!!! Question: so how did you manage to order food in the restaurant??? Did they have an English menu or were there pictures on the menu? When I was there 6-7 yrs ago, it was a challenge, no English menu, no pictures but thankfully, I had some local co-workers who brought me around. Do share more pics! I miss the food in Seoul, yummers!

It’s VERY VERY hard to order.. or even to talk to anyone in Korea to be honest! But some places have pics of all the food so we just point πŸ˜‰

and also hard to believe you have the energy to post all your lovely photos so all your readers can live vicariously through your adventures – thank you!

Hehe I did ’em pretty late last night ‘cos I’m out all day again on an off-site. Will post day 2 later tonight or tomorrow!

that chocolate mousse cake looks delicious, even though im not a big fan of plane’s food..

and i love your expression when the waiter took over the cooking!!! πŸ˜›

AND WHAT ARE THOSE YUCKY LOOKING THINGS IN THE TANK>!>[email protected]@

Apparently people eat those worm things in Korea…… we were WAY too scared to try, just looking at ’em squirming around was scary!!

Actually, the real name of the company that makes the mouthwash is Garglin. That’s how you would pronounce the word κ°€κ·Έλ¦°, but not how it’s romanized (which is the way I spelled it). πŸ˜€