Saturday, July 3, 2010

Pictures: Day 5 (7.2.10)

Erin's 2nd presentation: Crisis Intervention.
Korea University's Career Counseling Center. On the table are copies of the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs in Korean

The actors for our performance of Nanta
Like Stomp...but with KNIVES!!!
Literally the SPICIEST food we've ever tasted. Even Jana was struggling towards the end! This is a very famous restaurant in Korea and this dish is very popular with younger Koreans
Hyun cutting our food!
The "kiddie" dish that Elizabeth and Erin had to eat because the main dish was so spicy!


  1. Team JEE:

    Thanks for posting the pic of the Green Actors board. From it, I was able to see the official Nanta website URL and "read all about it" ...

    Let's see. One picture of the Nanta stage where you shared the greatest theatrical experience of your lives (subject food!) ... then, three pictures of you sharing a wonderful looking meal with new friends and colleagues. Good food and good friends. Glad you have your priorities straight.

    I'm hungry! BTW, how do you like kimchi?!

  2. Hey Erin! I'm not caught up on the posts - it's around midnight here. I'll catch up tomorrow; it looks like you are having a great time and learning a lot. Miss you bunches! Love, Jen

  3. Maybe my last comment didn't come across very well. What I meant was:
    Priority # 1: Good Friends
    Priority # 2: Good Food with Friends