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Monday, 28 August 2006

Visiting Jongno-Gu...and COLD STONE CREAMERY!

On Sunday night we ventured out with a couple of the new teachers from our school. One of them is from the USA and the other is from Australia (I think he likes Fosters beer, hehe). We took the subway to Jongno-Gu, which is part of downtown Seoul. This place was hoppin' to say the least. We found a nice spot for dinner that had good sized portions at a fair price.

Jongno-Gu at night...sooo pretty (did I just say that?)!

Five firetrucks zoomed down the street...something was on fire:

Curry tonkatsu. It was nice to taste curry (Korean style)!

Chicken tonkatsu...a nice change from pork:

Now this is where the party started...COLD STONE!!

They do the Cold Stone Creamery "cheer" when someone leaves a tip (although tipping is uncommon in Korea):

Here's our ice cream. The best part? You guessed it, the waffle!

I thought this was funny...it's not for three people, it's A TWOSOME PLACE!

These hard working chaps were wheeling beer bottle empties to the curb for recycling (unfortunately they stopped short and the wheel barrow tipped):

People still listen to Westlife?


Anonymous said...

Can you give any more details how to find the Cold Stone?

Anonymous said...

Can you send me directions on how to get to Cold Stone and also GAP in Seoul- We are a couple coming from Masan. We will be in Seoul this weekend and would like to do some nice shopping and get some good ice cream. My e-mail is dashahowell@hotmail.com


Anonymous said...

Hi, can you please send me the address of Cold Stone in Korea?? Thank you.

My email address is aleenasuarez@yahoo.com

Thank you! :)

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