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Senior Project - Beyond Pacific


Day 19 in Busan

We were planning on waking up before 10 today but what a surprise; it was 12 when we finally woke up. We were starving and thought of having brunch at a place nearby, but we decided to eat lunch at Shinsegae Centum City, the biggest shopping complex in the world. It was only 2 stations away from where we stayed, so we were able to eat our meal soon after we woke up.


(Tall buildings around Haeundae)

Shinsegae department store was indeed humongous, and where ever we went, there was another way to advance even further. We tried a VR experience there and shopped for a while until we finally come back to our guesthouse again.


(Shinsegae Centum City)

(Lunch at the mall)

Originally, we were going to get out to Haeundae Beach to swim and play, but the weather was chillier than expected. Instead, we decided to swim at the swimming pool our apartment offered within the building complex. When we got there, there were a number of kids already swimming in the pool, but gradually they all got out. We didn’t really expect to have much fun there, but we really enjoyed swimming and splashing water like children for a long time.

After swimming, we also got to enjoy the apartment’s sauna to further relax ourselves. Our aunt then lead us to a popular restaurant in the apartment complex for our dinner. However, we really wanted to try Korean beef barbeque before we leave for China tomorrow, so after walking along the beach after the dinner, we had our second dinner at a restaurant nearby around 9 o’clock. We say it was worth it.


(Korean barbecue)

Next, we bought some snacks from a convenient store and returned to our house. Several Korean dramas were playing on TV, and the one we watched called Queen for Seven Days was actually really fascinating. Once the episode ended, we packed some of our luggage and went sleep. 

(Night view of the city)

Posted by on Friday June, 2, 2017

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