Finally back home in Daegu after a nice break in Busan. With all the speedos, bath-houses (with no speedos or anything at all), seeing sites, shows and subway rides, I felt ready to head back.
Today I went to the largest bath-house in Asia (Heoshimcheong Daechung Hall). It has over 30 different pools, including a champagne and restaurant pool (I ate ice cream!). Still, with a capacity for 3,000 men and 3,000 women, I did not see one substantial six-pack. Amreitha and I saw a show called Jump (A comic martial arts performance) and one of the actors had a six pack. They are hard to find, elusive even.
My father told me that once you get a belly it's very difficult to get rid of and that I should try now. I heed those words dearly for I'm realizing how elusive the defined six pack really is. Funny how much I treasure my father's advice, in big and small issues, as life progresses. Little quotes, mannerisms and expressions constantly flow unintentionally through my life, all birthed from his demonstration. He's a great guy.
Anyways, I got a radicalish haircut today--fairly Korean. It's a mowhawk fade with racing stripes. Surprisingly, I like it a lot. I don't have pictures to put up yet. Take a look at the video if you really want to see.
Keep it real.
1. Jumped on the beach of a Kite Festival
2. Got a mohwawk mullet haircut with racing stripes
3. Jumped 1000 times
4. Went to the largest bath-house in Asia