DAY 1 (26/6):
|Pastel skies from above the clouds omg luv it.|
|The airplane food was surprisingly good! Fluffy omelette, tasty hashbrown, soft and chewy bread roll. IMPRESSED WITH KOREA AIR'S FOOD.|
|First meal in Korea - tasteless abalone porridge in a seemingly bottomless bowl. Threw more than half of it away, sigh.|
|Egg bread! Blur photo but I don't care. First street food I bought and it's not bad! The bread is pleasantly sweet, but I wish the yolk was less powdery.|
|There are coffee chains everywhere. I bought 2 cups of iced coffee within my first day here, sigh. Quite stupid to waste my money on coffee when I can spend it on other things like Korean food and makeup right??!?!|
|Failed 'follow me to' photo as we trudged up the hill to N Seoul Tower.|
|I'm on the top of the world~|
|The couple culture in Korea is really no joke hahaha. Couples everywhere. And all these lovey dovey stuff... sigh #foreveralone.|
|There's this machine in N Seoul Tower that lets you "take photos with stars" haha. You must pay 5,000won to print them, but we are cheapskates so we just took photos of the screen.|
|Caught the sunset from the top! So pretty, the sun was bright red.|
|Travel buddies on my first day here!|
|My partner-in-crime for the next 6 weeks!|
|Shared a kimbap with Nichol for dinner, but it has so much vegetables omg how am I going to survive Korea??!?! Spicy food + so much vegetables, sigh it's time to grow up and stop being a whiny picky eater.|
It's been a really hectic day. Had some problems with my name on the flight ticket (didn't indicate my Chinese name so I had to request for a name change), landed at 8.40am, missed the 9am shuttle bus, showered once I reached the hostel, rushed off to meet Nichol and her new friends, walked around Myeong-dong, tried to get my SIM card but realised I needed a passport in order to do that, made an impromptu trip to N Seoul Tower and also bought some necessities from Daiso.
Damn, this time last night, I was just unpacking from Arts Camp and reeling from camp withdrawals (which explains the social media spams about Arts Camp, oops).
Orientation tomorrow, let's hope it'll turn out well!