Monday, January 18, 2010

How to Shower in Korea

*After you've recovered from the shock of the lack of shower space-- you enter the bathroom making sure to shield your feet from the somewhat moldy floor with the sandals that are a permanet accessory. Actually any time you enter the bathroom you have to make sure to wear these, even when you are visiting a friends house
*turn on the faucet for your shower, it is best to let it warm up and then you can change it so it doesn't scald your flesh
*make sure the drain, located under the sink, is clear otherwise you will flood your bathroom
*hang up your towel on the convenient nail sticking out of the wall
*Rejoice in making it through another day

1 comment:

  1. That's definitely not either of the houses that I was in in Gwangju.