The view from my room.
I have no idea what this building is, but it sure LOOKED authentic and fancy.
Upon reflection, it's probably a fancy car park.
They have Gideons in Korea, but they ALSO have Buddhist Gideons and Yi Sun-sin groupies.
Pocari Sweat - Tastes ALMOST as good as it sounds. Like thickened Gatorade that a snail died in.
At night, this screen was distractingly visible across town - usually running sports and video game footage.
Eight monkeys in total.
Setting up for the show.
It's like Izod and Diesel had a baby that makes sweatshirts.
Seoul at night.
The aforementioned super-bright screen, visible from orbit most likely.
The jacuzzi below my room. Empty, due to sub-zero temps.
Prior to the main show.
Let's kick it.
Paul and our kick-ass translator.
Paul and our kick-ass translator with some random lunatic.
The fancy-pants dessert served during our six-course lunch.
The Press playing WAR.
Hot sauce, sea salt and garlic - put out ahead of dinner.
A waiter brought out red-hot charcoal and put it in the middle of the table. I, foolishly, was sitting REEEALLY close to the grill.
Water kimchi. Sort of like cold pickle soup.
Meats, shrooms and onions grilling.
More extras. You basically use the lettuce leaves like tortillas and wrap up the meat and sauces.
Barnett contemplates his current mouthful.
Finding it acceptable, he goes for another bite.
Proof he ate something other than champagne and pizza.
Cold noodle soup, a refreshing change after sitting in front of the hot grill for an hour.
Christmas decorations stay up a month longer in Korea - all the way to the Lunar New Year.