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Thanksgiving in Korea

Just because I'm in Korea doesn't mean that I'm not going to be celebrating Thanksgiving. I went to Costco(yes, you read that right) and bought two rotisserie chickens. I'm bringing them over to a friend's Thanksgiving dinner on the far east side of Seoul. She lives quite far from me to be honest, but as long as I get on the subway by 10:30-11pm, I will be fine. I get out of school by 4 and I will have to go home to heat up/get the chickens. I will try to leave there at 5 and then hopefully be there around 6:30-7ish. I swear, half of my time in Korea has been spent on the train. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, I leave home at 7:30am and don't get back until 10-11:30pm due to Korean classes. Then on Saturday I am gone half of the day because of some more Korean classes. It takes about an hour to get to Seoul on the train. Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday are the only days I am in my own town in the evenings. I don't even bother to cook anymore because it's not worth it. It sucks that I'm so far from everything, but all else is good. Also it only cost a buck or two bucks per subway ride, and that's not bad at all.

On the other hand...if it wasn't for those Korean classes, I would probably be bored out of my mind. It's not like my town is the most HAPPENING place...

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