Busan eFM party, Soccer Game, Busan for Haiti Fundraiser

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On Friday afternoon, Master Jun and I were invited to eFM’s one year anniversary party. I’m not sure why I went but didn’t have anything else to do and thought it could be interesting. For the most part it was very political and boring, but there was an interesting traditional art display that I saw. Below is a video of it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqsuziq3LCo

Friday night, after Taekwondo, I met SaeWoon for dinner. Hyeon was supposed to join us but he was busy. So the two of us had a really great time and we were talking a lot about travelling and I think I will be planning a trip for her through Europe in the summer.

On Friday afternoon, Master Jun and I were invited to eFM’s one year anniversary party. I’m not sure why I went but didn’t have anything else to do and thought it could be interesting. For the most part it was very political and boring, but there was an interesting traditional art display that I saw. Below is a video of it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqsuziq3LCo

Friday night, after Taekwondo, I met SaeWoon for dinner. Hyeon was supposed to join us but he was busy. So the two of us had a really great time and we were talking a lot about travelling and I think I will be planning a trip for her through Europe in the summer.

Saturday, after an incredibly exciting time watching the Olympics (amazing short track events!), Andrew, Marie and I went to the season opener for Busan I’Park. The game was a lot of fun however Busan played really poorly. They were down 1-0 at the half, with a one-man advantage, but they just wouldn’t push the ball forward. I would say they even had possession 75% of the game!

After the game I met Matt in Seomyeon and afte rboth deciding we wanted to eat the same thing (usually we talk about it for 30 minutes) and making 2 elevators without waiting…we somehow came the conclusion that it was somehow our night to shine or something, so we went and caught the movie, “The Fourth Kind” which was absolutely terrifying at the time. We then headed out to Kyeongsung-Dae and went to the ‘Busan for Haiti’ fundraiser which was a lot of fun. Met Becca from Meetups, and a few other new people which was a lot of fun. The music at the event was so-so, and it was way too smoky for my liking, but it was for a good cause and I hope they were able to get a lot of money for the event.


Andrew cheering for I’Park




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