On November 20th, with early Christmas carols ringing on the streets in Korea, 3 YG members and 3 exchange students visited Namsan Tower located in Yongsan-gu, Seoul. Since it was a time when the coronavirus had increased again, we never took off our masks except when we took pictures. In fact, the official name of Namsan Tower is Namsan Seoul Tower, which Koreans usually call Namsan Tower....
“LS” is the abbreviation of program name “Leisure Sports” which we can experience throughout visiting places such as Hang river, Escape room and Taekwondo sport center…etc. On 1st of Aprilabout 25 people including all 19 exchange students from various countries and 6 Korean students who helps translating. We gathered in front of Yonsei university front gate at half-past 3 pm then moved to Hong-dae by subway. It took us total 35 minutes to get to Escape room café.
We could see many signatures of celebrities who visited the escape room café where we visited. The overall ambience of the café was a little dark but the yellow lights on the celling brighten up the place.
There were several themes in the escape room. The easiest theme was the theme called “The lost” however; only a few people wanted to try the easy them because they had to bare the scary ambience. Luckily, there were 5 dauntless students who volunteered to try the theme. Honestly, the easiest theme wasn’t as easy as people thought.
The other 4 themes weren’t scary, but it required some calculating skills and logical thinking to escape form the room. There was only one team that made out from the room.
As soon as all students got out from the room due to the time limitation, the owner of the café gave us slice of cake which was really delicious.
After we finished our LS 2nd program, all students moved back to Sinchon by subway for dinner. We went to well-known Korean grilled fish restaurant in Sinchon where many students of Yonsei university visit to have lunch or dinner.
Our table had one grilled fish, one stirs fried squid and a tofu seafood stew. Sadly, I couldn’t take the picture of the stew. Every one of exchange students and Korean student had fun together. Furthermore, by dividing people into small groups, we had better opportunities to get to know each other.