|Outside our pension|
The second day we took a bus into Seoraksan National Park which is one of those places you have to see while you are in Korea, or so I was told. I would probably agree, it was really beautiful. First we did a 2 km hike up to a waterfall and then we took a cable car up to a higher peak. I was too scared to climb to the top because I knew the way down would be terrifying...so I took some pictures instead.
|Hiking to the waterfall|
|We made it|
|Waiting around to take the cable car|
|The cable car brought us to this|
|Everyone hiked up to the top|
|I stopped here|
|Koreans like to swim fully clothed|
|Pick your own live fish|
|Yeah, they're what you think they are|
On a different note, this past Thursday my friend Max and I went to see Toro Y Moi in Seoul. Both him and I are pretty big fans, and I know we both really appreciated being able to see a familiar band live in Korea. We got pretty rowdy for a Thursday night and I wish I could remember more details but I know we talked to the band for a bit after and went to another bar for the afterparty. Here are some pictures that I obviously did not take. It was definitely worth being hung over at work on Friday.
|Max and I|
|The photographer and I|
|Chaz and I|