This is not really true. A friend from a smaller town also wanted to go. So i borrowed a bike from my co-teacher, and off we went to find critical mass. Now, we could have cycled there, but she arrived a bit late for that, plus we wanted to save our energy for the event. So we took the subway. Fortunately we are intrepid. Gwanghwamun, where the mass was supposed to start. We met two other cyclist, and they were looking for the event as well. So we had to make a decision. It was beautiful, and for the most part very easy with little traffic. Dongdaemun, had a lot of traffic. Seoul is that cars here give cyclists a lot of room, and tend to slow down when they pass you. We took the subway to the end of the line, near the airport. We then got to the ferry right on time and made it within a minute of it leaving. It was well worth the wait. We caught the next to last ferry, and headed home. Korean class, and eat chocolate cookies for dinner. Korea, life, photos, travel. Osoyoos, where we have spent the last few days. Canada and some of the sweetest fruit grows here. This is the place of childhood summer vacations.