4 Weeks in Korea
Not 1 But 2
KAIST Sports Complex
KAIST Institutes Building
Me and Geese Lake. If you look at the pond from above, you can see the head shape of a goose
Keeping KAIST clean
Me and library man
Bus Stop Time. Most bus stops in Korea have these screens which show how long it will take for the bus to arrive
Inside a standing bus
Inside a sitting bus
부대찌개 (budae jjigae) - Army Stew
Daejeon Eastern Express Bus Terminal
I came here to buy my Busan bus ticket
Daejeon roads are wide
Daejeon Fish Market
Cutting our fish and octopus
Sashimi with Korean side dishes
Soup with our fish
Waiting at the Daejeon Eastern Express Bus Terminal for my bus to Busan. I went to Busan to visit my friend since that's his hometown and he was going back to Sydney
My "Deluxe" bus. For buses that travel from main cities to main cities, there is usually a Deluxe or Standard bus you can choose from. The more expensive Deluxe offers bigger seats, more space and a more comfortable ride. I chose the Deluxe since the bus ride to Busan was going to take 3 hours
Chilgok Service Area. Service Areas are common along the Korean highways, they provide food courts, toilets and other specialty stores
In Busan! on our way to the fish market
Old shops near the fish market
Old and New. Jagalchi Fish Market and Lotte Depeartment Store
New road at the markets
Bus on the footpath?
Working hard.. This is the road for cars and buses! See that red bus in the background?
Lunch at Jagalchi
Sashimi was also included
Street at the fish market
After the Jagalchi Fish Market, we headed to the "Largest Department Store"
Panorama of Shinsegae Community Department Store
Haeundae Centum Hotel. My friend's dad gave me a room in this hotel for the night, so kind!
Check in time
My room for the night
All this just for me!
Sinsegae department store dinner
Waiting in the subway. On my way to Busan's famous beaches
Gwangalli beach and Gwangan Bridge
Gwangalli Beach streetside
Now at Haeundae Beach
Haeundae Beach streetside
That mountainside in the background used to be the most expensive area at Haeundae. Now it's at the opposite end of the beach closer to Centum City where I stayed for the night
Namseongju Service Area. On our way back to Daejeon. Joshua's brother in law drove us back to Daejeon (~3 hours) and then he had to drive another hour back to his home southwest of Daejeon, so kind!