A Canadian writer teaches English and finds out what it's like to be a foreigner.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Seoul Survivor

On Saturday I went to the COEX to pick up a few things, and as I entered the outdoor plaza coming from Samseong station, I could hear music. As I got closer I could pick out the familiar riff:

"Da (chika-chik-chika) da da da (chika-chik-chika) da da da (chika-chik-chika) da da DAAA!"

Under a monumental-sized Christmas tree was a small stage where three beautiful Korean girls in short, fur-trimmed "Santa" skirts were playing "Eye of the Tiger" on cello, violin and bass.

I rocked out accordingly.

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