Well, the Lunar New Year Weekend was a blast and a half. Ladies’ Night was spectacular as always and it was followed up by one of the most incredibly fun nights I’ve had dancing in some time. Couldn’t tell you why it was so fun, though I think the large group of friends and the soju kettles might have something to do with it. We ended up at Old Town Seoul, which tells a great deal about how long the evening went on. Then Saturday night was good, spent hanging with Roger and discovering the joys of McDonald’s breakfasts. For someone who was so anti-MacDonalds, I must admit to being a huge convert to the joy of a sausage egg McMuffin at 5 a.m. after a long night of dancing. Sunday ended up being a fun repeat of Friday, basically, though I didn’t stay out as late as the others. Monday was fun, as I lay around watching The Farce of the Penguins and some other amusing movie and then went bowling on the army base, before hooking up with the troops at Geckos, where people were wearing horse masks and claiming to be Bikini Inspectors. As you do, naturally. There are some very amusing photos, which I will try and post soon.
Then there was the short week, followed by my extremely laid back weekend that consisted largely of sleeping and eating out. There was a bit of a moment with wigs too, and some chilling with Roger and the lizard.
Now we have a week with a Thursday off, always random and fun. There are plans for a birthday that cover both Wednesday night and Thursday, and a ton of people to say goodbye to all at once. As always in Seoul, there are tons of things to do on the weekends, and not enough time to do them all. It’s gonna be a crazy last month and a half.