Friday, September 16, 2011

We're All One Big Family

At least that's the motto the Mt. Odu Unification Observatory tries to pedal. While it does have some good points about people trying to work together to get along it plays more like South-Korea-is-trying-really-hard-to-unify-and-North-Korea-keeps-screwing-it-up. It also stated that North Koreans, unverifiably, suffer from lack of proper nutrition, housing, and general modernization.

We walked up a freakin HUGE hill to get there, and on our walk down a cab picked us up. We celebrated by going to lunch at Salad and ShabuShabu. I found this happy surprise in my noodles...
(after turning the camera off Adam was mocking me and said, "I'm never letting you kiss me again!" hahaha) It wasn't bad at all--just really chewy and not very flavorful. But I did succeed and I'd do it again!

1 comment:

  1. We watched your slew of clips in sections. We finally made it through. Thoughts? Still a little discomfort with your proximity to our friend Kim of the North. Kids favorite? Hands down the octopus. Gripe? Your comparison of "Everwhateverland" to the glorious Disneyland, lord of all theme parks. Your sorry substitute reminds me more of Lagoon. It's ok. I still love you and I'm glad you got to go and have a good time.