Seriously...I know I've mentioned it before...but they're crazy about side dishes here. They're called banchan and they're free. They come with everything and are always a little bit different. There's seaweed with sesame seeds and sesame oil, marinated mushrooms, clams, pickled ginger, tofu pieces, shrimp, seasoned bean sprouts, and of course...the ever present...kimchi!
Nagan Village is an old walled fortress town that has been well preserved. There are still people that live in the town but it leans more towards tourist trap than actual town.
All guards have fake beards in Korea.
This lady was singing the most heart wrenching song I've ever heard. It was also heart wrenching to listen to her for too long.
Jackie and I couldn't get this right.
Actually since everyone else seemed to figure it out - maybe it was just me.
These old school teeter-totters allowed the young women in the village to see beyond the walls.
Pheasant hunting party???
Many of these traditional homes are also minbaks. Minbaks are similar to hotel rooms - except they have no beds.
The traditional love pose.
We sat just outside the wall late into the evening drinking soju and eating watermelon with some locals. It was a very cool evening.