The "monkey see, monkey do" phenomenon sure is fun, don't you agree? Just because there are a lot of people densely crowded around a stall, does that mean you should show up to investigate what's going on? OF COURSE YOU SHOULD! Anyways, our curiosity paid off as Tae and myself were able to score some free frozen yogurt and popcorn (we passed on the helium balloons)!
The streets of Insadong are always crowded on the weekends:
Waiting in line for "ice cream free" is quite the way to spend your Saturday afternoon:
Here's a video of me receiving my ice cream (it tasted like frozen yogurt):
What's the best way to cleanse your palate after downing a cup of ice cream? Free popcorn, of course (just slap up a poster of a scantily clad female and it will attract plenty of people):
Just for the heck of it, here's my popcorn video...the popcorn was salty and buttery--deeeelicious:
Finally, we have our special "ah-jahshi" (it means senior) trying to compact the garbage can at the coffee and tea station with his metal tongs (it wasn't quite effective, I just think he was bored):
Maybe my concept of "free" is not the same as yours, but I love food so getting free samples is something that I enjoy doing. We did manage to go to the top of the 63 Building for free if that counts (that was by asking nicely, hehe). What was the last "free" thing you've received lately?
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