Also, I was sitting on the stairs that lead down to the river, just watching the sun go down, and a guy came up to me and started talking to me. I have lived in America my entire life, so even though the types of occurrences happen often, I still am not used to it! It turns out that (as most people who come up to you randomly and ask you where you're from) he just wanted to speak some English with me since he studied in California when he was still in school. Right now he's working in Saudi Arabia with a gas company and was just visiting Korea for a few weeks to see his family! How crazy is that? He was telling me about the sand foxes he's seen there and how he just began playing the guitar (which was strapped to his back) a few weeks ago. He was a nice guy :) I actually really like meeting random people and getting snippets of their life. It just makes me slightly sad to think I probably will never see them again. It puts relationships and how many people there are in this world in perspective so easily.
I've been to the Han river twice now, once at night and this time was at sunset, but I have yet to actually bring my DSLR camera! So I definitely have to make an effort to go again and take real pictures, because it's too beautiful to not get professional pictures! Anyway, here's what I took on the tablet:
|I believe this is a museum... It is something shaped into a circle that rests right next to the river. I can't remember who told me there was a museum inside it... but that's what I think it is.|
|GLISTENING water. I seriously love the water when the sun is glistening off it (or in this case, the sun reflecting off the buildings, which is reflected on the water).|
|Night scene... yeah, my tablet turns to crap at night. But days when there is sunlight, the pictures are great! :)|