I agonized over where to take Hubby for our date night last Saturday. And then I heard about Mexipalooza at Tomatillo's Mexican restaurant! How fun would this be, Korean version of a fiesta with a mariachi band and all.....
Hubby and I jumped on the subway and headed to the Yeoksam subway exit where we took exit 2 to get to the Gangnam Finance Center. Now, I thought Mexipalooza was going to be in the restaurant where we could sit, eat dinner & have a cocktail while listening to live music. I was mistaken. It was outside, all concessions were set up under tents and there wasn't any seating, it was standing room only. Now, it was fun enough, and there was great entertainment! I'm not talking about the band either; I'm talking about the people out on the dance floor.....
There was a burrito eating contest, I was a judge....
Oh, and did I mention I didn't feel like I was in Korea AT ALL? The American to Korean ratio was insane. I would have to guess at least 20 to 1. I felt like we were at a fraternity party in states. Where did all these American's come from?
8/26/2009 05:06:52 am
Probably the same place Kevin's cousin came from! She blogged about going to the same place. She is a ESL teacher in Seoul!
8/26/2009 08:35:59 am
What is her blog? Maybe I read it...maybe I know her...
8/26/2009 08:36:54 am
Thank God you didn't say, hey, they girl in the yellow shoes is Kevin's cousin! ;-)
8/26/2009 11:17:35 am
That woulda been really funny if that woulda been her. It was on her facebook note area, so I guess that's not technically a blog.
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