GoStop is a traditional Korean card game using Japanese flower cards. I got the phone app to practice, apparently like many Korean ahjummas (older/married women). There's also a famous movie in Korea about gambling called Tazza, definitely worth seeing. P.S. if you haven't figured it out yet, I'm trying out my new camera.
Very delicate in taste at first, and a much stronger, peppery kind of taste once swallowed. Wonder what you can make of them.
Today's Buddha's birthday and the city is covered in paper lanterns to shine over all the people enjoying their holiday.
Korea is very Americanized compared to Europe. We find a large number of American chains we'd never heard of before coming here. Take Costco for example, a whole sale market and (at least here in Seoul) famous for their giant pizzas. Staff food every busy night of the week
Since his arrival in Seoul in November, Steve has been practicing Muay Thai (Thai boxing). Check out his progress in the video below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDroPqdTvSI