Sweet, Sweet Continental Crust

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For the first time since I left Los Angeles, I am not on an island!

The boat ride was great and I met a very nice Korean girl on the boat over. Within the hour of arriving in Busan, I’ve had several people come up to me to say hello. Koreans are much more friendly than Japanese.

Lots of street food and much more spicy than in Japan.

Lots more to come. My internet connection here is great.

3 thoughts on “Sweet, Sweet Continental Crust”

  1. I went to Korea for the first time over the summer. This wouldn’t be a big deal if it weren’t for the fact that I’m a Korean myself.

    I gotta say, though, the food was awesome. Not only was there an abundance of good food everywhere, but I lost weight to boot!

    Korea has the tastiest healthy food ever.

  2. That is basically what I did last night. I don’t know if it is cheap, but having spent a month in Japan, it certainly seems so.

  3. The food is a _lot_ cheaper in Korea than in Japan. When I went there (during the world cup) me and a friend just went into this random restaurant and order the Imperial Feast (or whatever) and just got served dish after dish of Korean food. If you are looking for a crash course on Korean cuisine, I would recommend doing something similar.

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