Last night, Jeff, Aaron, Ashley, Adam, Grace and I all met up in Nampodong for dinner at our favorite cheese bi bim bap restaurant, a quick stop at Starbucks, and a nice stroll down Gwangbok-ro to see the Christmas lights!
I always love Christmas time in Nampodong! It seems like the only place in Busan that comes close to mimicking the outlandish Christmas decorating that happens in America! It definitely has it's own little Korean flare, but I love it none the less!
Ashley's been collecting Starbucks stickers on her Starbucks sticker card all winter and finally collected her 17th and final sticker to get her yearly Starbucks planner! Aaron and I gave her our 2 stickers tonight, so we technically own 2/17th's of it! Congratulations Ash!
After we all had our warm coffee's in hand, we made our way over to the main street where all of the festivities were going on! Tonight's entertainment was a darling little kids choir! We made it just in time to hear their very last song.
Out of 8 pictures, this was the only one where these two weren't goofing off and looking ridiculous!
I knew if I kept snapping I'd get a decent one! :)
Koreans must love having their pictures drawn, because the whole street was lined with artists,
Jeff and Grace!
There are Christmas trees lining the main street with these hand written Christmas wishes hung from the branches. I liked this one because it said, "I love father and mother" in English!
Me and my love...
And for your entertainment, a more realistic photo of what we're really like! :)
And this is what our kids would be like if we had some! They'd always be goofing around like their dad and always appear overly excited and friendly like their mom! Awesome, right?!
How beautiful is my friend Grace!?
And how adorable are they?!
We don't see this often in Korea, so when we do, we get extra excited and always throw some cash in the case to support their love of music!
And I'll leave you with this amazing picture! I snapped a couple photos of this little guy holding his cotton candy, when out of nowhere, this old Korean womanlkiterally stuck her face next to it and started licking the side of it! It was quite possibly one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time!
I couldn't have asked for a better way to end our weekend than with good friends, yummy coffee, and beautiful lights!
"Merry Christmas".... from Nampodong!