We woke up to the smell of a delicious food for breakfast courtesy of Mrs Yang. Although the weather outside was quite chilly, the sun shone brightly through the living room windows.
This young fellow must be wondering why are there so many guests staying in her house.
The church is situated right across the road from Olympic Park. Only from this view could I really appreciate how vast was the city of Seoul.
Frankly speaking, I don't know what some of the words mean.
On the way to Lotte Mall, we saw some church ladies setting up a coffee station near a traffic light.
In the evening, I had a pork cutlet steak for tea in one of the cheaper shops in the area.
I was meeting a long lost friend - Jay at Olympic Park. Due to the sheer irony of NOT being able to purchase a prepaid SIM card in Seoul, I was forced to use a public telephone instead to contact me.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia left this stone here way back in 1988 during the 1988 summer Olympics.