Lost in Translation

Naked.

One of the toughest parts of traveling is not knowing the language. You feel like everything you’ve learned from the a little kid is stripped and you have to re-learn everything. In order to get around and eat, hand gestures are a must. But one of best parts of traveling is connecting with friends you haven’t seen in a long time or even connecting with friends of friends to help show you around. Met up with Royce who also played at my club back home, West End. He took Daniel and I to a traditional Korean restaurant; we even sat on hardwood floor!

Daniel and I also met up with my brother’s friend from college, Amy. She took us to a part of Seoul called, Myeongdong. Which is the mecca of shopping in Seoul. Thanks Amy!

Royce from the hometown. Torrance!

Royce from the hometown. Torrance!

Thanks to my big brother for putting us in contact with Amy

Thanks to my big brother for putting us in contact with Amy

 

Well it’s currently raining yet again. And what happens when you get a bunch of Asian players playing the waiting game.

Yes, I know so stereotypical. But so true!

Yes, I know so stereotypical. But so true!

Hoping to get better weather by Tuesday.

 

See you on the sunny side!

 

 

JJ

 

 

 

 

 

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