I feel like autumn hasn’t really ended just yet, because the leaves are still turning, and haven’t even fully dropped off yet. First snow has come and gone. It’s cold at night, so I guess it’s time to bring out the bak kut teh mix and chicken. And of course, I’m currently nursing a cold, even though I was a responsible little adult and got my flu shot!
It’s been a sushi week for me. Why? I don’t know. I just wanted to. Delivery sushi seems like an iffy idea, but it’s really not. I had kaiten sushi on Monday, and was still dreaming about it on Wednesday, so I ordered delivery sushi! It was cheaper to have it delivered, and a lot more variety and side dishes. In the picture, you can see some miso soup, some corn or cream of chicken soup (I don’t know?), a salad, and some assorted fried food … I split this up between dinner and breakfast, and it was amazing.
On the left, 2015 long hair and my Samsung Galaxy S5. I HATED that stupid phone and Touchwiz or whatever their custom Android rom is. The only reason I had it was because (a) that’s the only decent phone that KT Olleh had on offer with their plan, and (b) my Nexus 4 doesn’t have the right bands and LTE for service here in South Korea. Yes, I know LTE is kind of available on the Nexus 4, but I can’t root my phone because Korean bank apps don’t like that, and I need my Korean banking apps.
On the right, 2016 me in the gym post-workout, with my new Motorola Z Play. The camera is just okay, but the battery life is amazing!
Thanks for nothing, Whiskey. Whiskey has a habit of scratching at the window screen, and I had patched those up with 500 won premade patches, but this was going beyond the beyonds. Off I went to Gmarket to buy replacement parts. Not bad, it only cost me around 15,000 won for the screen and various other tools for the job.
I ordered on Friday morning, and a long thin box, similar to a poster box, arrived on Saturday morning. I love Korea’s delivery speed.
Pushing the new gasket in, with the special tool. I had waffled about buying a special tool just for this, but I’m glad I did. It was only 1,400 won, anyway. I swear, sometimes I’m stingy about the silliest things.
All done, kind of. It took me another hour or so to cut off the extra screen with a stationery knife.
Way too much 삼겹살 left over from the work barbecue. 60근 had been ordered, and 60근 x 0.6 kg = 36 kg! I was sent home with a 2.5 kg pack. I asked how I was supposed to eat it, and was told: slowly. So I oven-baked all of it yesterday, a hot summer day. It’s in the freezer now.