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The most difficult part for most people seemed to be reaching the three minute mark with the roleplay. After the Chick looking for bed fun in jeonju and writing sections, each person drew a slip of paper revealing their roleplay partner. With bizarre predictability for a random pairing system, it matched me with my late-Thursday-night study partner, Ari. Into the hallway, wait your turn, go back in, draw a scenario grocery store, restaurant, bank, giving directions, etc. They are delicious Chick looking for bed fun in jeonju sweet. We found out earlier this week that our graduation ceremony performances are actually the main way in which Mrs.

Shim evaluates our Korea University professors. Listing everything you can do at Jungwon satisfied both of those requirements. Class C with our certificates. We are alphabetized by given name, because the surname goes first in Korean and alphabetizing programs assume Korean name order. Notice how my roommate is up there, too? It takes a while to fall asleep. I meet up with Hyojin and her mother and we go to a wedding of one of their family friends. The room is backlit with an undulating light vacillating between different shades of pastel, and when the principal actors appear, dry ice steams out of jets underneath the altar.

Vows, dry ice, and the couple exits, married. The couple returns for pictures, and we exit, board the elevator, and get off at the food court. We eat, wait for the couple to appear and stop by for some remarks, then take off and head upstairs to the roof. On the roof the building has a bucolic scene out of solid Korean nostalgia and fiberglassframed by fake boulders and waterfalls. After preparing the two and dressing them up right, the groom mounts a pony and the bride the litter; they follow a musician around the well and over the bridge.

Then they retreat again to the room, where they pour soju for the parents, then for each lookijg the parents throw beans or chestnuts on the cloth the two hold, and the groom carries the bride piggyback around the table. We find out that the groom is 39 and the bride 35; people are taking photos all the time. We head out and after some crazy Seoul traffic we end up at Apgujeong again. Performers put on traditional Korean shows and dances, the coolest by far being the acrobatic drum group with long white paper streamers affixed to an antenna on the top of their head and swirling around them as they dance.

Loud music played by competent musicians, pretty solid sermon, tea and donuts at the end.

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We head to a bookstore, where I buy three small books of Korean short stories, then over for a Chick looking for bed fun in jeonju into the sanctuary for the Korean services and lookiny of the extra rooms where those who came too late for a seat in the sanctuary can watch live feeds. Another business meeting, and one with far too much drinking and jonju ensuing. Kind of like wasabi, just messier. Second, one girl asks if I like sake, which I affirm. A taxi takes me home, feeling a little woozy, but happy because of the apparent genuineness of the jovial atmosphere in their group. All the alcohol ends up doing is wreck my digestion a bit. We set up the booth at the Nano Korea Getting everything to run from a double Korean outlet is a challenge, but we prevail, thanks to the purchase of a Korean extension cord.

Hyojin also comes, and we run through the AFM basics and the basic booth procedures. The bar code reader never gets to working, so we stick with business cards and paper notes, and at the end of the day we have a good amount of contacts.

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