The World Thru Joey's Eyes

Hi! My name is Joey. You can call me Pudge or Mighty Mouth if you like. In this Blog, i will share with you my life experiences as a little human being. Sit back, relax and enjoy. With Love and Kisses Joey Khor

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Highlights of Korea - An Interview with Joey Khor

Interviewer: Hello Joey, can you tell us more about your 1st visit to Korea?
Joey Khor: An Yong Ha Se yo!!

Interviewer: So how do you keep yourself entertained during the long bus rides?
Joey Khor: It was easy. With 9 other people, they took turns to entertain me with their own unique antics. But, i think the best entertainer award has got to go to my Uncle Xiao Bao. No one has expected him to be able to communicate with me but he proved all critics wrong. He was the one who kept me entertained duing the longest bus ride. We sang Christmas songs and shaked our bons bons to the rhytmn of the bumperty bus ride!

Interviewer: Would you like to share with us the highlight of your trip?
Joey Khor: It has to be playing in snow. I also tried my legs (opps.. i mean hands) at skiing too. It wasn't a bad start. At least i could move forwards and backwards with ease. I think i did far better than my mommie dearest, whose hands, legs and chubby body seemed to go all directions except straight. Sigh.. and she claimed that she has taken ski lesson before *shame* *shame*. Apart from skiing, i also enjoyed the snow banana boat ride, sledding and snow mobile.

Interviewer: Any specific achievements?
Joey Khor: Yes of course! On the 2nd day of my trip, I climbed to the summit of Sunrise Peak at Jeju with Daddie, Uncle Dabao and Xiaobao. I think there must have been at least a few hundred steps (although Daddie carried me through most of the way up, but for someone petite like me to climb the last few flights of stairs up, is already a real feat!). Eh, sorry i have to take a swipe at my mommie again... but i really have to say this....Mommie huffed and puffed (and even vomitted out her breakfast) but still, she only made 3/4 of her way up.

Interviewer: I hear that Korean Food is really nice. So what's your favourite?
Joey Khor: I didn't fancy any of the bbq, steamboat or sashimi that were offered to me. But i did enjoy the fresh lettuce, strawberries, pears and tangerines. Oh, I also had some really delicious bread at this cafe inside Doota at Dongdamun. And speaking of the bread, i have something to thank the bread for. While we were shopping for presents for my cousins, daddie gave one of the bread to the shopkeeper and he sold us the animal ski hats at a real bargain! These were the cheapest we bought throughout the trip. The bunny one i got at Mt Soraksan cost daddie 10000 won, the aligator and giraffe cost 20000 won each at the Ski Resort. The shopkeeper at Dongdaemun sold us the hats at only 8000 won each! *applause*

Interviewer: Any souvenirs for yourself?
Joey Khor: My most prized souvenir would be a limited edition teddy bear daddie bought me from the Teddy Bear Museum at Jeju. I've named it Blossom! There's a picture of it in my photo gallery. You can check her out there.

Interviewer: Sounds like a good holiday for you. I'm sure you must have walked alot in those 8 days.
Joey Khor: *guffaws* I am thankful for daddie who turned into my horsey for this trip. I was riding on his shoulders 80% of the time. This must be the most relaxing holiday for me. Mommie never liked to carry me during the past few trips.

Interviewer: Thank you Joey, for agreeing to this interview. Any last comments?
Joey Khor: Oh yes! Oh yes! I have this to say to uncle dabao. "I don't need to write down anything like you. I can remember because i'm smarter than you! hahaha!" KAM SA HA MEE DA!

(p/s: In order not to kill your bandwidth, Mommie has uploaded all the pictures in flickr. Click on this photo to view more pictures from our annual family holiday.)


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