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Open wifi network found on the streets of Seoul… faster than most homes in the US. :-p

4/12/2009

  • http://www.slacksplace.com Allen

    Man, I miss South Korea!!! Would love to sit in a Soju tent, eat some dok boki, and be merry. :)

  • Kelvin Ferris

    Good job on carolla today dude!! Awesome stories!!

  • @mrnemo

    I guess you’ll need to get a Cyworld account and start playing Starcraft at a PC Bang…

    Have fun in Dongdaemun and Myongdong.

    And don’t get sucked into Itaewon… anything you buy there can be had at Dongdaemun for 1/3 of the price.
    Of course that guy that sells suits is one of the best salesmen I’ve ever seen and speaks perfect English – “James,” I think.

    I’ll send some $M so you can have a “Hite” beer on me at the (S)Limelight. Stay away from Soju or you’ll end up like this cat.
    http://cdbaby.name/b/o/boxesandkeys.jpg

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  • http://poweredbynndmt.com Mark

    Still slow as balls. We’ve got networks running 10gb/sec in the Bay Area.
    the Bay Area. Fast for consumers, I guess. *shrugs*

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