Saturday, November 9, 2013

Sookmyung Saturday #10: Postpositions, chicken, and waffles

[As a part of National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo), I'm posting here once a day during November.  Today is Day 9.]


Once again, I didn't make it into Seoul early enough to do anything before class, but that's okay.  It lightly rained throughout the afternoon, but it wasn't too cold out.

During class our teacher told us there's no class next week because the university needs to use all of the rooms for some event related to the college entrance exam that all Korean high school seniors took this past Thursday.  That was probably the highlight of class; the rest was filled with markers and postpositions.  Or maybe markers are postpositions. Ah!

After class five of us got some dinner nearby.  I forgot the name of this type of restaurant, but we got a big plate of half a spicy chicken to share.  It was delicious.  There were some rice noodles and vegetables mixed in there.


Dinner was followed by waffles nearby.  I got a cinnamon and honey waffle, the safest for me to eat.


I really enjoy the company of these people.  Most weeks we only see each other for an hour or two after Korean class on Saturdays, so it never seems long enough but it's always valued and appreciated.

Since there's no class next week and it's a TTG friend's birthday, some of us will probably stay over in Seoul on Saturday night.
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