kahm-sa-hahm-ne-dah, Korea

Honey, I’m home! Thank you, Korea, for a wonderful 8 days on your soil, but I’m ready for my own bed tonight. Ah, tonight…there’s a long time to wage war against sleepy eyes until tonight.


The day before we flew out, we hailed a taxi and went to the famous Busan outdoor fish market for Tom to get more photos of the Korean culture to go alongside the article. We didn’t know what we were in for: octopi (would that be octopus in the plural?) and other fine sea creatures. Ah, the smells.

Simply gesture to the squid, eel or crab of your choice and they’ll cook it for you in the adjacent restaurant. We decided to pass.


A little street off the beaten path.


What’s your definition? Any lovers of Balderdash out there?


3 Responses to kahm-sa-hahm-ne-dah, Korea

  1. Jodi says:

    Ooooo, Ooooo, oooooo. I know this one! Otolaryngology is an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor.

    I LOVE your updates! Can’t wait to see you, Roommate!

  2. angiebring says:

    You’re HILARIOUS, Jodi! I had no idea someone would actually know this word! Points for you!

  3. Virginia says:

    Angie, Your pictures and comments on KOREA are so great! I am so glad you had the chance to experience CM2007. I look forward to reading your article on it…I have been trying to track down some info on CM2007…so if I don’t come up with anything I will wait to get your info! πŸ™‚

    Hope you are not suffering jet lag…and getting ready for CSU! πŸ™‚ (could it come too soon for you??? NO WAY!) πŸ™‚
    Thanks for your updates when you travel friend.
    love you, V.

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