VUNY #2: Vlog Until New Year’s (Everything Was Closed and I Was Hungry)

This was a weird day. I was so bored. I had to go somewhere. And I did. But mostly everything was closed. The supermarket was still open. I should have blogged about that. But I didn’t. This is so cool. I can write about what I want on this blog because it is my blog. It is so much cooler than doing homework.

What was I talking about? Yea, I went out on a Korean holiday that was similar to our Thanksgiving. That reminds me, I have another video with a lot of fireworks. Apparently, Korea hosted a multinational firework show. I guess they knew, I was going to be here in South Korea so they decided to throw me party. How nice is that? I think that is really nice.

So anyways, the holiday that I decided to try and get some Korean food was called Chusok or Chuseouk or Choosuk. I don’t know how to spell it right now. I don’t feel like googling it. Fine, I’ll Google it.

Here you go, it’s from Wikipedia:

  1. Chuseok (Korean: 추석), originally known as hangawi (한가위, from archaic Korean for “the great middle (of autumn)”), is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in Korea celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar.

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