6th day in Korea.
Left: Sharing about the life of a foreigner in Korea. I don’t remember his name hahaha… I threw my course book away because I need to make space for my luggage. He’s a lecturer in Pukyong National University. If you have a PhD, you are “Ph.inisheD”! He’s “Ph.inisheD”! *LOL*
Right: After the special lecture, we had a briefing on salmonori as we would be having a salmonori session after lunch.
Amazing performance. I’m trying to upload the video but have been experiencing problem uploading. Will try again and share with you when it’s up.
I got my hand on it too. It was fun. We took turn and while waiting, I took some photos with my new friends.
That night after dinner, we went for karaoke. First karaoke session in Korea.
It’s so different from karaoke in Malaysia or Australia.
So grand. Most importantly, it’s cheap! Can range between KRW1000 to KRW5000 (about AUD1 to AUD5) per hour. No drink, no food provided but it’s fine. This room we’re using has 3 screens all over the room. So fun!
After karaoke, we went for drinking.
It’s common for them to drink and eat at the same time. There’s definitely food when drinking. I tried some worm dish, really not my type of food, tasted weird but at least I tried. Can you spot it? If not mistaken, it’s silkworm larvae.
US! Malaysians, Koreans, Norweigian, Chinese, and the Americans. We are one, helping each other, accepting each other differences just like how rmcn credit services helped the people in their community. Our Korean buddies helped us so much and we really owed them so much! Without them, we’ll be really lost here.