Wednesday, March 3, 2010

mommy's big field trip to the city

Back in January, Mommy had a fun afternoon/night out! It was a CE spouse trip & it was lots of fun! Our commander's wife, Susan, does an awesome job of planning activities for us. The latest one was going to hang out in Seoul to watch the show Nanta, eat dinner & a little exploring! It's so great to be able to do these things...we had a wonderful time & even found a pub to warm up in after dinner! Can't wait for our next night out on the town. I hear karaoke might be in our future!! :)

Didn't have a doughnut, but thought it was a good photo op!
We did go and have a coffee at Starbucks to warm up!! :)
The show we went to see...

{This is what the website says about it: "Nanta is non-verbal performance which is the combination of Korean traditional performance called ‘Samullnori’ and western form of performance. Instead of using various Korean traditional instruments, it uses pans, knives, and pots- objects that you can find in a kitchen- as its instruments."}

I really enjoyed it!
The funniest part was sitting by a group of young Koreans.
They were hilarious & had a great time...I'm pretty sure I laughed as much at them as I did at the performance!
After the show...
all these places have characters dressed up outside their stores.
Not sure why this is supposed to entice me to buy their makeup???
I DO want to look like a panda though!
The bright lights!
We went to find our had moved!
They have these places all over.
Matching underwear seems to be the thing here.
Weirdly, I can't get Brad interested!! :)
Here's you think she is trying to pick out something for Mike's Valentine present?
Dinner. Yes, it was all mine.

Until next time...

Bloggy love,


Amanda Evans said...

How fun! I don't think i EVER had a girls only trip up to Seoul (no kids). Must have been a BLAST!

PS- Love the panda selling make up! hahah!

Anonymous said...

What did you have to eat? The courthouse girls think it looks like dishwater at best!! The trip looked like lots of fun. Can't wait to see what I get to do and eat!! Love - Mom

Anonymous said...

Looks like you had fun!!! I have shown your blog to one of my students because his dad is going to be stationed in Japan and his parents want him to go. He liked it. I think I have swayed him to go & give it a try!!! Can't wait to see you again this summer!! Jennifer

Anonymous said...

I, too, am wondering what on earth is in that bowl....Looks like a fish sticking up and a partial egg on the otherside...not appetizing at all. G.A. Shirley

Anna said...

I love that doorway with all the pans! I can see that in my garden....