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If you’re not then you have been missing out, but I will apologize due me not putting my videos up on here like I was doing before.
I put them to my facebook page and forgot.
So here is the most recent one, and I’m working on several new videos now due to the long break we just had here.
I asked this random guy if I could take a picture of him because I liked his style. I really just wanted to show you all that the Fanny pack is back and is being worn across the chest! It must be a new style because I did not see anyone doing this until yesterday. I really saw a lot of fanny packs in all different colors and patterns. I was quite shocked, but I can dig it. Now if you notice his hat and shirt…well that’s another story. A lot of Koreans wear these kind of things and I’m not really a fan of them. US has a people who wear them too, but if you go out at night in S. Korea you will definitely see the majority wearing similar things.
I was happy a friend pointes these out to me! Some awesome Texas post cards someone left. I can’t tell you where this place is because it is kind of special and only locals really know about it.
This was a Super Junior poster in Kyochan Chicken restaurant. I did not actually eat the chicken, but I sat with friends while they did.
So yesterday…I did absolutely nothing fun nor eventful. I stayed in bed until 5 pm due to my legs feeling like lead from the walk back to town. When I finally got up I took George (the curious little monkey) and went to Mcdonald’s. Well when I got to the MC D to pay, I realized George wasn’t there! I started to panic a little bit and went to look out the door. I decided that I would enjoy my food and hope for the best. I ate a Big Mac and had a Mcflurry, boy was I happy that the Ice Cream tasted real this time. On my way back I luckily found George and he was sitting in a corner like a child who was in trouble. It was quite cute, but I did not take a picture.
I spent some time on the phone with family and friends, but that’s about it. Stayed up until 5 am and then went back to bed.
Tips: CLOTHING! I do not know how I didn’t speak on this, but please bring light colors and thin clothes. No black pants! I wear black tights with pretty much everything, but even then I feel super hot. Today I’m in my blue skinny jeans and just walking to breakfast was HOT. I am going to the mall to get some cooler shirts because mine are too thick.
2. Bring a little hand held fan or something to keep you cool. I almost wish I had those cool neck things from six flags that I can freeze and wear. It seems that hot sometimes, but luckily in the subway it doesn’t always seem that bad. Sometimes in the subway it’s worse than being outside. Yikes!
Later today I am supposed to be going to a LanguageCast which was founded by Hyunwoo who is also the guy from http://www.ttmik.com I hope it will be as fun as I have heard. Excited for today’s adventures. Now to do my hair!