Slept in a bit which was great and then went to explore the city! The owner of the hostel gave me a map which I fruitlessly tried to follow - it just made absolutely no sense at all. I think I ended up at the temple I wanted to see, but a guy kept trying to talk to me and just acting creepy. I pretended I didn't speak English and only spoke to him in Dutch but that didn't deter him, so I just left there and luckily he didn't follow or anything.
|View of the mountains from the city|
|Backroads in the city|
Went back to the hostel to rest for a bit and let my feet feel better before going out once again. I really wanted boots. I ended up buying a pair of work boots that seemed a bit too big for me, but they were sturdy and a nice color and I really just wanted to be done. I had found a pair of boots that were absolutely beautiful - nice leather, a pouch on the side of them, just a great design - but it was 3 sizes too small. The shopping area reminded me of Dongdaemun, just shops crammed in little buildings and no overstock really at all. I had a little bit of cash left so I bought some sunglasses since I somehow forgot all like 4 pair I own back in the States, and I was planning on wearing contacts the next day.
I went out for dinner at a Korean restaurant - there were loads of them there, and I figured I could order in Korean then since people didn't really speak English. It was pretty good. Back to the hostel, showered, repacked my bags, and then went to bed.