Monday, July 18, 2005

Can you read Korean?

If so, when can I go swimming and how much does it cost?


At July 18, 2005 10:04 a.m. , Blogger minty clorets said...

weekdays open to anyone at these hours
1) 6am-8:50am
2) 12-1:50pm
3) 7-9:50pm(sat 7-8:50)

1) 10am-1pm
2) 2-5pm

one day ticket
adult: 3000 won
teenager: 2,500 won
kids : 2000 won

At July 18, 2005 5:54 p.m. , Blogger Jessica said...

Thank you baby-eater!

That's rather expensive for one swim, isn't it?? Hmm..

At July 18, 2005 6:50 p.m. , Blogger TRES CEE said...

what is the rate of exchange dollars = won, let me know, someone, i want korean meat, is ass good as kobe meat, like in japan, ,

At July 18, 2005 10:36 p.m. , Blogger minty clorets said...

think the exchange rate is roughly
1$=1000 won

At July 19, 2005 12:02 a.m. , Blogger Blake said...

Hey, that's pretty cheap!

It beats the 10,000 won that I would have to pay to swim at the one pool in Ulsan that's on the complete opposite side of the city.

What's up with "tres cee"'s comment? I thought people from Cornwall were better than that...

At July 19, 2005 12:57 a.m. , Blogger Jessica said...

I don't get that at all.. oh well. A chaque un son gout.

It costs ten thousand to swim for one day?!?! What the heck!?!

It turns out that a monthly pass is fifty thousand won. I don't know how much I'll swim, but I have a feeling three thousand a day is okay with me.

At July 19, 2005 4:38 a.m. , Blogger Blake said...

I know of some membership-only YMCAs in Canada where you have to pay around $10 for just one day. They try to force memberships upon people. It's the same thing here.


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