2.5 months in Seoul, South Korea
 
Sunday, March 02, 2008
Cafes in Seoul that I love...(in Korean)
Over the summer I made a presentation to my Sogang Korean language class on my favorite cafes in Seoul. Seoul has a great cafe culture--people spend hours and hours just sitting and chilling with friends over an iced green tea latte or slice of cheesecake. (Can nobody make a green tea latte like they do in Seoul?? Since I've been back in the US I've ordered about 4 and they're just not the same..)

I was planning to convert this into a blog entry one day, but I realized it's already spring and I still haven't found the extra time. Maybe when MCATs are over!
For now, here's a segment of the raw Korean presentation version, complete with photos. The cafes are in Sinchon, Daehangro, and Myeongdong:

PART I:




PART II:


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posted by Jane @ 2:08 PM  
3 Comments:
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  • At 11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    lol I LOVE THIS BLOG I GOT SO ADDICTED READING THIS BLOG I WAS UP like 1 hour checking ur blog VERY NICE KEEP POSTING AND HOPE U GO TO MORE COUNTRIES AND WAIT A QUESTION HOW MANY MONTH HAVE U BEEN IN KOREA I DIDNT GET THAT. EMAIL ME eagleman209@Gmail.com

    P.S I agree with you how people notice if u are American I went to this country called Uzbekistan because some of my parents realative were there I think lol but those people kept fking look at us and kept saying some shit that I only understdood the word American lol

     
  • At 10:00 PM, Anonymous Learn Korean said…

    Hi Jane, great blog! Kim from KoreanClass101.com sent you an email. Let me know when you get a chance to read. Thanks!

     
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