Monday, July 26, 2010

July 26th


I updated the drinking game post.

Today I was invited by Agnes' parents. With the knowledge that in Korea this usually only happens when you are almost married, I expected a weird and awkward situation, but it all worked out well (She had to convince her mom really hard that I'm not her boyfriend though. lol. But I guess that's not only typically Korean, I think every mom is like that.). I'm not going to go into too much detail since it's still her personal life, but it was great, her parents welcomed me openly to their home and we had a great dinner (Which took hours to make. It's too bad that a good meal takes so long to make, but it gets eaten so fast...). I had a great time and I hope to see her again before I leave, but time is running short and still so much I want to do or people I want to meet ><

More update on cellphone info.
With a Korean number you can't receive messages from other country numbers, but some phones can send (not everyone, since I couldn't). Receiving is impossible though, so the only communication with someone who hasn't got a korean number is true calling (which is expensive) or internet >< and I still keep losing money. Something is really weird, but I only have a couple of days left, so I stopped caring.


  1. ... This is weird. Because I could send and receive messages from my Malaysian friend 0.0''

  2. Malaysia is not Korea or Japan... You know they don't work with GSM, but CDMA right?