Shane, a co-worker and friend, called me last night to tell me had bought a used scooter. Very cool . . .I will NEVER buy, ride on, or drive a scooter in Korea. I don't have enough experience driving. I also feel that the risk is just too high for myself.
Shane, however, Dare Devil incarnate that he is has experience driving in countries around the world where most people from America and Canada (in my opinion) would not dare to drive . . .
He'll probably meet Mrs. Right while touring around on his new ride . . .
See Brian in Jeollanam-do's blog for a recent story about issues foreign people in Korea need to be aware about when driving in Korea. (Click on the title to see the whole blog).
Elvis" in Suncheon this Friday, from 10 pm on. It is held for Adam, a teacher who was badly injured in a motorcycle accident a few weeks before the end of his contract, and who has a baby on the way. He has a badly broken leg, will be off his feet for a year, and is facing medical expenses of roughly four million won. More information is available via the Facebook event listing.
He was driving without a license, so even though he had insurance the coverage was voided when he was in an accident and it was discovered that he didn't have a license . . .