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So last year we went to Jeju on a whim and…it rained the whole time. This year, we decided to prepare more and check it out and…a typhoon came and lasted throughout our whole trip. What are the chances?

This typhoon was also strange. It wasn’t a particularly strong one, but usually, typhoons move very quickly once they come up towards Korea. This one decided it would be fun to sit around Korea for several days and just chill.

The first day we arrived was very windy, but there were still peaks of sun, so we hurried and went swimming at the beach. The rest of the days were windy and rainy and when we got to the airport, the sun came out and the winds were calm. Perfect.

We will be doing another post about our trip with pics and stuff later in the week.

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6 thoughts on “Episode #73: Jeju Typhoon

  1. Cassie (Yeobomg) says:

    Isn’t that how it always works? Haha

    Not sure if this works in this situation, but it reminds me of the korean phrase 가는 날이 장날이다

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Just learned a new phrase. Thanks 🙂

    • Patrick07 says:

      what’s the meaning of this phrase?

      • Cassie (Yeobomg) says:

        It literally means “The day you go is market day” but it means that the one time you chose to go somewhere or do something is the one time that it’s not possible. for example, You are really craving Italian, so you get in the car and head over to your favorite pasta joint, get up to the door and see a sign that says ‘closed due to personal circumstances’ you could say “이런, 가는 날이 장날이구만….”

  2. Shelly Ling Swee Yong says:

    Seriously this is very funny..ㄱㄱㄱㄱㄱㄱ

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