September 13, 2009

so this weekend was crazy. the Ko-Yong games were amazinnggggggggg cheered the whole time. The cheerleaders just kept cheering the entire time im pretty sure they didn't even want us to watch the game and that the cheerleading was the main event and so we had to stand and cheer the WHOLE day because all the sports were one after the other (it was straight up from a harry potter book during the world cup quidditch match colored smoke, fireworks, mascots, seriously crazy.) and it was sweet because I was one of the few people that knew what was going on during the baseball game and we WON and it was great. We lost basketball and ice hockey but I didn't see those and we were winning rugby but at the last second they tied but i have no idea what was happening but it was fun to watch rugby then we won soccer and it was fantastic then the whole arena poured onto the field and of course everyone was still cheering and so we were having a cheer/dance off with the other school and it was fun. Then we went to the bar because the Korea University alumni pay for food and drinks all night at a lot of the bars on the street so I talked to a lot of them, the english professor and the bar owner and a lot of other people.
I chose the worst time to go to the bathroom because when I came back everyone in the bar was getting into a circle and these korean ladies were waving me over and smiling so I got in between straight up the entire alumni there was just me the american girl and we were doing all the cheers and they were impressed because I could introduce myself in korean and say where I'm from. It was so so so so so much fun.

Saturday night after the baseball game I went to a resturant because Luke one of the brittish boys turned 21 and so we went to celebrate at Fiesta then we went to Karaoke bar and the first, the FIRST song they played was wonderwall and I started dying of laughter. Oasis is the panty dropper song of the world. I left pretty soon because there was no way I was singing but over all it was a great great weekend. as per usual.


  1. I think you are going to have a hard time adjusting back to Dayton.