Now it was time to climb down.. but the many trails were confusing and we ended up at the bottom of the hill in a far far far away place from where we entered.. we in our broken Korean asked in a real estate office where the BYC was located and she replied that it was "far away"! She told us the bus number to take, but we decided it would be safer to hail a taxi.
So we stopped a (twenties-something) Korean man who with Aaron's Korean directions/address, was able to walk us to a location about a block away, hail a cab, and explain in Korean to the driver where we wanted to go! So thank you Aaron for your Korean address, "The BYC" that everyone knows about... and he drove us right there!! So we were quite quite a distance away.. and the 3.5000 won was well worth the price!!
After a much needed lunch at McD. we rested at the apartment, then "walked" to Aaron's school!
We met Jeong Mi and her father, who graciously offered to drive us to The Yellow Sea, explore The Boardwalk, take a 1.5 hour cruise on a ship, walk and eat in Chinatown, and experience Jayu (Freedom) Park, where General Douglas MacArthur's monument was erected to commemorate the September 15th, 1950 landing, which turned the "course of the war to the triumph of freedom and the salvation of this republic". What a wonderful monument... and to think that Kelly and I were there in Korea with Aaron... and with Aaron's girlfriend, Jeong Mi and her father...
It was an afternoon and evening we will never forget.. Check out our pics of the day: