South Korea: Incheon to Chun'cheon
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My friend, the groom, Sae, picked me up at the airport. It was on a Thursday night. My flight was supposed to arrive at 630pm, giving us time to catch the bus to Chun'cheon where my friend's wedding will be held. But because of the delay, we missed the bus and decided to catch the next bus at 830pm. So we decided to grab dinner. We chose a Korean restaurant at the airport. I wanted to see how different Korean food in
While eating, I had Sae call the hostel to cancel the night I had booked with them in case we wouldn’t leave for Chun’cheon until the next day. I was also staying with them for the rest of my stay in Seoul beginning Sunday, Oct 14th. Sae also received a call from his fiancée, Hana. She was upset that he didn’t call her to let her know that I had arrived as they had originally agreed. Uh-oh, Sae and I were so caught up on the excitement of seeing each other after 7 months since he left NYC and me finally being in
After dinner, we caught the bus to Chun'cheon. Chun’cheon is about 2 hours northeast of
The bus ride took about 3 hours because of the stops along the way. Sae and I talked halfway through the ride, updating each other about our friends in NYC. The remaining bus ride, we took a nap. When we reached Chun'cheon, it was already 1130pm. Hana picked us up at the bus station. She came straight from work. She is an internal medicine resident at the university hospital in Chun’cheon.
We arrived at the hotel I will be staying with Sae's family for the wedding. First thing we did was meet Sae’s family at those infamous street food tents where they were enjoying soju. His parents and sister arrived in