Saturday, July 17, 2010

Listen to the rain

Before the thunder and lightning went into full-on party mode, I ventured to go out because I was all out of veggies. I had initially wanted to sing "Bohemian Rhapsody" (very badly) while shooting but an alarming number of people were around so I chickened out.

P.S. What my apartment complex looks like.

P.P.S. Uber-short, because the rain started pounding sideways and I was getting all wet; uber-shaky, because I was trying to avoid puddles while walking.


4 comments:

Sparkleshark said...

Nice mundane impression ... I like your daily non pretentious vids ... They give me some unpolished impression of the city ... Actually I'm moving to Seoul in a good week, and Im trying to get a sneak peek of it all ...

By the way, your dolls seem quite a company! Don't get tempted into woodoo! :)

Cheers, Rene

seoulsuzy said...

There are so many blogs out there with a tourist point of view, and I wouldn't be able to provide that view anyhow, so...

Moving to Seoul; hope you have fun here, it's just an extremely energetic city.

If voodoo was something I was familiar with, might have helped when I as working for an evil boss! ;P

Sparkleshark said...

Either tourist or folks trying to crack down a culture with futile overanalyzing ... Well at least they show some attraction to it, comparable to them folks splitting protons might have a genuine attraction to the atom they destroy ...

Anyhow, will be my first Asian experience and for now i just hope I'll find a food, a tea and a coffee place I fancy in my dong ... The monster just seem far to big to hop to another part of its body for a quick procrastination treat ...

Regarding the dolls, I'm not sure if woodoo it self wouldn't be slaving for the big boss of the evil bosses :D

As I mention it, I did experience some bewildered amusement reading descriptions of "hounted dolls" that are being seled on ebay some time ago ...

seoulsuzy said...

First Asian experience in Korea should be interesting. Hope you're not a picky eater. And the amount of coffee shops and chains in Seoul is quite astonishing,; you'll definitely find someplace.