These pair of birthday monster socks was just one of the many wacky socks that are everywhere in South Korea. It’s a pity that most of these awesome prints are covered when you wear shoes. Still, I had to restrain myself from buying too many. XD
‘Dokdo is Korean territory’ seems to be emblazoned on t-shirts you’d least expect to see it on. It was a little troubling to see such blatant propaganda also in the sports uniforms of the elementary kids in the countryside here (via), even if they may be in the right. But who am I to judge?
We chanced upon Tarte & Tea Room somewhere in Dongseongro. It’s a pretty fancy place, with outdoor and indoor seating. I don’t think their tarts were fantastic, but the ambience certainly was:
Dinner was at Rock N Tacos, another Mexican joint. Ottie actually wanted to have a third go at the Thursday Party Burger & Pasta opposite, but I managed to distract him with Chimichangas from the restaurant with super cool Lucha Libre motifs:
And here’s a rare picture of Ottie where he’s not being a derp. In fact, I think the only reason why he was decent in this photo was because he was waiting intently for our Dunkin Donuts breakfast before we had to catch our train back to Sangju: