After work we went out to dinner with our coworkers. It is nice eating traditional Korean food with Koreans because they always know what to order. At 10 pm Ana Gus and I met up with this guy Kevin who we met on the street last week as we had scheduled through emails. He has been here for a couple months this tour, but has lived in Asia teaching for the past 7 years. 4 in Jinju.
He is a real man about town. Really helpful. He can speak his share of Korean too which is impressive. I thought he was Irish when I first met him, but he is actually from Newcastle, England.
So Gus, Ana, Kevin, and I got in a cab and we were taken to a pub a little ways off where Kevin was before with a lot of his friends, (most of them english). It was a little shock to be suddenly surrounded by english speakers.
We were in a little box booth in a place called the Brau House. It felt like a coffin, especially with the smoke, but it was good fun because we were meeting lots of people.
Eventually we got ourselves to a Karaoke Bar, which has a different name here, and sang a bit in a private room with some lads. It was fun but not that fun. We left, and have plans to meet some people for a hike tomorrow morning. So finally we found a foreigner population here.