Friday, October 29, 2004


I think it means tomato in Italian. Just had dinner there with my best friend in Korea, Corneli. She got a business card today from her school, minus her personal cell number. The only number to call on the card is her school's. This is so that she doesn't teach students privately. This is an illegal undertaking here, but a lot of teachers do it and earn a lot of money.
Myself unfortunately not included at the moment.

I have been a law abiding teacher for almost half of this year, which has got to be some kind of record.

After dinner I feel too tired to go out. It is Club Day today - where, for a nominal fee you can visit about 10 different clubs. It is also Halloween, or almost, so here is a PRO: a lot of beautiful girls will dress like schoolgirls. The CON: Prepare to go home alone.

I am going to a bar called Don't Go later to see a short film made by someone we know. Don't know if I have the energy to get into the heart of Seoul after that. I think this lack of nocturnal energy can be blamed on the commom cold.

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