Wet Umbrella Packing Machine
(Believe me, that's what it's called. I googled it. ^_^)
While waiting for Julia at the station, I noticed that people kept stopping by this machinery.
It's a good thing that we don't have it here.
They use a lot of plastic bags that they just throw away.
It was very Earth-unfriendly but still, it was interesting.
Forgive my ignorance. It was my first time to see something like it.
There was some kind of stage in front of Megliore Mall in Myeong-dong Station
where my dad had to sit among three other Koreans.
It was the weekend so there's no stopping these Korean girls from shopping.
The cobblestone paths made this shopping district such a nice place to shop.
We had to stop by for lunch.
Julia chose for us. She explained that this fastfood restaurant
was the one Korean students go to for food when they were
in the elementary or middle school.
For those who didn't want to get soaked under the rain, they line up for the 2pm Nanta show.
It was my idea to watch Nanta. The Seoul ads in Star World (cable TV) gave me
the idea to watch the show which seemed very dynamic on TV.
I wasn't mistaken. It really was something to see in Seoul.
A tourist should not pass it up.
Julia and I were both wearing black tops.
With the theater's lighting, we looked like we were wearing deep blue shirts.
We took turns in taking a photo in this booth.
My sister, Che
My student, Julia
How are the people in the toilet supposed to know about this?
I really hope Manila can give theater shows like this. It doesn't have to be held in a big theater.
In fact a small theater (like that of Sibol in Ateneo) will do.
A display of Philippine traditional instruments and dances performed in a modern way
would really be very impressive to both citizens and tourists.
Sigh! I wish I could organize something like this.
It would really be a nice tourist activity... something to look forward to in Manila.