It’s a Tuesday.
Left: we had our special lecture again. This time it’s about the history of Korean language and guess what it’s not taught by a Korean lecturer. Impressive!
Right: Then we had the very first presentation. We were required to come out with any topic related to culture for the presentation. We learnt about table manners of different countries and…
Left: Drinking culture of different countries.
Right: In the afternoon, we went for cooking class.
I teamed up with another Korean buddy instead of my original buddy. We switched because we stood at the wrong place and might as well just pair up with whoever opposite us. We cooked scallion, beef and seafood pancake, and rice cake soup. It was delicious but too bad we couldn’t finish them as we ate a lot during lunch, such a waste.
We were also served with dessert after that. I’m not sure what they’re called ;p
Then at night, we had a gathering at a drinking place, it’s set like a jail. I’m not sure the exact name pf the place but we referred it as Jail Bar *LOL*
Left: Seaweed soup.
Right: Huge pitcher of beer! I didn’t drink a single bit, no alcohol for me at all because of my wound that I developed during my stay here -.-” I was told that I must not drink anymore until it heals. Will tell you more about it in coming post.
Soju and beer made a perfect pair (to me it’s just alcphol, no difference). Instead of mixing them the usual way, we tried JÃ¤gerbomb. We suceed!
Eating and drinking, this is what Koreans normally do.
Before we ended the night, we had this thing going on. Basically, it will start at one end of the room to the other end of the room whereby each person will drink in one go, one after another. Since I didn’t drink alcohol, I drank my water when it’s my turn ;p
After that, we headed to karaoke and that’s when more drinking happened for some people and got kind of out of control. Oh well… That’s the problem when you are drunk.