We were off to Haeundae beach and frankly speaking, I prefer the Gwangalli beach instead. Less commercialized? I don’t know. The scenery is very different though, to the left and to the right of the beach.
There’s something very therapeutic about watching the waves crash onto the shore.
I don’t know how the ajosshis can climb those rocks. ><
The roads next to the beach were lined with seafood stores.
Which sells exactly the same thing at the same price. So I guess it’s up to the owners to get customers?
Loads of 회집.
So much 회 that I couldn’t look at it for a few weeks after we finished this meal. There were 3 of us and we couldn’t finish eating everything ><;; It was actually one of the most torturous meals in Korea, trying to stuff ourselves to death.
No meal in a 회집 is complete without 매운탕!
This a useless video of what we ate! hehehe. We drowned it in wasabi and soy sauce before eating though. But it was super super delicious. And no, it doesn’t stick to your throat. Although I won’t say the same for those bigger octopus… *cues oldboy scene*
hahaha if I sufficiently freaked you out, I’m sorry. Blogging at 1.30am has its ways of making my writing a little more mean.
I’ll end this entry with a random fire truck photo. Time for bed.
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