For breakfast this morning I had fish soup and kimshi, along with rice, barbecued dried fish and something else that was pickled green, looked like asparagus and tasted sweet and tangy. My waiter said it was “ooga” and didn’t know the English word for it.
Last night we rode on a bus to our hotel with a bunch of American students who are also here for this conference. The conference organizers expect 20,000 students to attend, most of them Korean, so I am sure I’ll be meeting many more.
Today our tasks are figuring out how to get to the convention center by metro and then setting up a booth for EveryStudent.com. And adjust to this time zone. (I’m already adjusted. 24 hours traveling with ~3 hours sleep leaves me quite ready to sleep on any schedule.)