People laughed us off as fools as we ran through it without an umbrella, caught between a friends place and home. Soaked through and through we stopped running and walked the rest of the way home.
Back at the apartment peeling the clothes off it got harder still. Our little cactus plants (aka "The Ladies") were frightened on the window sill. I could tell.
That night we saw the movie "What Happens in Vegas." It was okay. I didn't have much expectation in the movie featuring Ashton Kutcher and Cameron Diaz as a one night stand married couple. Plenty of below the belt humor that ends with our attractive stars being happy and rich. Fool proof.
The movie was in english with korean subtitles. Most of the jokes were laughed at by the 3 americans in the front (us). It was obvious the jokes were not translating, or flat out didn't make sense in Hangul. So we were only joined in laughter during the slapstick parts.
Tonight after work we went out with 2 of our coworkers. Lee, our friend is leaving. So it was a farewell for her. Sad I guess, but replacing her is Jenny who is liked. We went out for coffee after that and had some nice conversation and Korean lessons. They are amazed at our ability to read and write Hangul, but it's easy not to be flattered because our comprehension of what we are reading is very low. But we do know considerable amount of sentences and questions that can get us by. Convo is a long way away. They talk to damn fast. Well, only 2 months right. We'll get better.
We are going to Busan tomorrow morning, so I should sleep. More Baseball(Yagu)! Assa!