I took my first trip out of my rabbit hovel (the school and my room) to explore the city of Bundang. The real reason for the trip was to gather and store necessities for the long winter hibernation, in which I fully plan to stay inside the confines of the school and avoid breaching the outdoors and frighteningly white and cold winter. Bundang is a very affluent city where many of the wealthy Koreans are beamed in by magnetized light rays branching from affluent brands such as Prada and Gucci. In addition, in order to live in this city, one must be immaculately dressed from head to toe, as if prepared for a photo shoot at any time. We were leaving for the city after dark, and I debated taking my camera for fear it would be too dark for the photos to show up, however after arriving to Samsung Plaza, I realized after being blinded by the layers upon layers of flashing neon lights, lighting would not be an issue.
Things that I bought at the store: Cereal, they only had flakes, no Cheerios, no clusters, nothing but plain Jane, boring flakes. Breakfast is provided here, however, it is nearly equivalent to the Korean lunch, rice, veggies, kimche, NOT real breakfast food, hence the boring cereal. Shampoo and Conditioner were ridiculously priced, something near $7-8 a bottle. Sugar, peppermint tea- like I said, it is cold and tea is always a good warmer upper. Laundry detergent, also too expensive. And some other thingies that I can't remember right now. All in all I paid like $60 for all of this crap! It costs to be clean in Bundang! Note to self: Dirty is obviously better, take less showers, and wash clothes less ( just kidding folks, or am I?)