In Korea close friends are made very quickly. Case in point; this is Sun Ki, whom we met yesterday at the singing room. Sun Ki is already our very good friend and has invited us to stay at his house near the beach.
For some reason Leo decided that this would be a perfect spot to pose for a picture. Maybe he can use the picture for the cover of his new album of love ballads.
Sun Ki took us to this ping pong room. According to Sun Ki, in the Korean military one plays table tennis everyday and as all Korean males are required to do 2 years of military service it would follow that most Korean men can hold their own at the ping pong table.
Unless you haven't done your military service yet (i.e. James and Leo).
This is Megan and our new co-teacher Sinead in Seoul Square.
We made some new friends at restaurant. Our new friends suggested that we go to a singing room. As the name would suggest, a singing room is a room where you go to sing. This is our new friend Sun Ki, he is very nice and loves to sing.
Actually, I guess we all love to sing.
Here is James doing a rousing rendition of "Under The Sea".