My last month in Korea! We said a lot of goodbyes, drank a few drinks, tried to eat as much Korean food as humanly possible and generally tried to fit in all the things a good procrastinator always leaves to the very end. July is when summer really starts to kick in, and the Koreans take to the outdoors to cool off.


We walked through the Anyang Art Park and saw lots of cool sculptures and creations by artists from around the world, as well as Korea. This was a milk crate stained-glass window by a German artist.

legoWe also stopped at this great cafe that had the cutest coffee!


We had a great good-bye party.


Then found the most amazing bing-su in Korea


I’ll leave it here for now, as after this I went to Jeju for a week, and I think that deserves it’s own post.