The second half of the day consists of me going to the town of Hayang. It is a fairly big town outside of Gyeongsan neighbourhood and is famous for being the home of three universities – Daegu University, Daegu Catholic University, and Kyungil University. I don’t think they have any historical sites nearby though because google didn’t seem to indicate that.
The town has a train station (that doesn’t go to Gyeongsan but most likely to Daegu). It also has a traditional market and a downtown that is about 8 blocks long.
Since there are so many schools in the area, it is no surprise that the town is filled with people in their 20s, which is quite rare these days.
Anyways, the main point was this: FOOD! I went to a place called 다참, where it served noodles!
After I went to Beigel Caffee! There are many coffee shops in Hayang but this was most appealing since others were chained franchises. I didn’t know at the time but it turns out that this was also a chained franchaise.
In any case, the bagel has various favors, this one was the Saam leaf and inside was strawberry yogurt and something ice cream. It was delicious and not that expensive.
… the wind them suddenly picked up so I got back on the same bus 801 from Palgongsan and went straight to Yeungnam University for my cocktail class. After cocktail class, I went drinking with the Korean classmates! They can all really drink and they have rather interesting games. I didn’t take any photos but I think it was the most interesting highlight of the day. I still owe someone money from that time (not much just 5000 I think) but I am long gone now ..muhahhahahaha
Tying back to Hayang, one of the girls goes to the school in Hayang but the last bus left at 10:30 PM. Since no one was going her way, she took a taxi by herself from Gyeongsan to Hayang, resulting in a bill of a whopping 25,000 won.