But the fun of hiking uphill didn't stop there as Rob took us into the forest towards a waterfall.
real "coffee shop" aroma to it. This place, on the contrary, was full of that dense coffee scent. Definitely, it is not a secret to Korean folks as the place was packed and quite busy on this post-Chuseok day.
More folks joined us and soon we were outside having lively conversations about severe dieting and places people have traveled to. But the sun was going down and it was time to head to our last destination for supper.
Sangmyung University is located. Taking a turn around a corner we headed up a neighborhood street towards a place called, "Song's Kitchen."
Here Rob promised good eats in a good atmosphere, which is what we got. But due to it being the day after Chuseok the service was quite messed up. Unfortunately, we weren't served our meal until 50 minutes after ordering and that was after a friendly reminder by our good friend Jennifer or Gomushin Girl.
The night roared on for the rest of the people at this table, but as for me I headed home to my Tom. In retrospect it was a good evening with great friends and was a nice way to see how far things have come in my three years living in Korea.