We couldn't resist when we were in the Photo Zone at Omuto Tomato. We ate some Omurice there, which was delicious. It's a log of rice and veggies wrapped in a thin omelette covered in a suace of your choice. I could eat one right now!
The area doesn't look like it's car friendly but they do drive through. . .
The camera went away for the afternoon and didn't return until later at the Soju bar. We had some Kiwi Soju (which could be trouble if you aren't careful). It's really sweet and delicious and you'd hardly know there was copious amounts of alcohol inside. We limited ourselves to one small pitcher - we wanted to have an early start the next morning.
After the Soju, we went in search of a place to sleep. We checked in at one hotel, which was recommended on-line as a super-cheap place to stay, and promptly exited after a couple minutes in the room. ($32 Canadian = Worst hotel ever!) We went in search of another, more suitable, place to sleep. We found Hotel Noo Noo!! $54 Canadian (tax/tip included) and we got a wonderful room. Clean, spacious, a computer with free internet and a huge flat screen tv! We'll have to do some more research to find a room somewhere in between Noo Noo and the other dump.
Good Morning Korea!!
Shawna - DO NOT LOOK BEHIND YOU!
A huge indoor theme park, mall, skating rink, bowling alley, arcade, shooting range, swimming pool and everything else you can imagine! We didn't go into the theme park (we'll save that for another day) but we did see alot. The Lotte Department stores were multi-level mega stores selling fancy clothes - it's the "Bay" and the "Walmart" of Korea combined.