We translated what the guy in this sign is saying: without an exclamation point it means "Oh well" and with an exclamation point it means "Oh, come on!" I think I'd be saying something a little harsher if that happened to me :)
We saw this advertisement a couple places in the subway - maybe it's for a plastic surgery clinic that can change the shape of your face for you?
In the restroom there were stalls with regular toilets and stalls with these contraptions. It's called a "squatty potty" and there is actually a technique for using this. It's not as difficult as you may think.
We arrived in Seoul and met up with the Canadian guy to swap money for the bike.
My new bike folds in half for easy transport or storage!
Apparently I'm going to "be everyone's motto" on my new bike :)
We had lunch before heading back home at another grill-your-own-meat restaurant.
Some of the subway trains had a car with no seats specifically for bicycles.
The town we live in is fairly bike-friendly. There are a lot of wide sidewalks and bike paths so that I can ride to most places without having to ride on the road - which is a very good thing considering the way Koreans drive :) Luckily, there is even a bike path that goes directly to the school that I'm teaching at.