So the Internet in the apartment had been down for a couple of days. I assumed my roommate forgot to pay the bill (again). So we called the company and a punctual service man showed up 15 minutes before the predetermined time. He was here for a grand total of 5 minutes. Apparently, our router box for the wireless connection had gotten bumped, unplugged and refused to work without any electricity. We felt like classic fools. But had a good laugh about it.
Other than Internet problems, I've been pondering the need for posturepedic shoes for Koreans. They must have incredibly strong legs, especially the women.
When a Korean walks, they don't really walk. They kind of shuffle. They dragged their heels along the ground. This is particularly true when they wear slippers in a temple or around the home.
Some of them can do the shuffle quite quickly. I tried it the other day and was surprised at the strength of leg needed to preform the shuffle. My wonderment grows everyday.