That we managed to leave the guesthouse at 6.30 a.m. Pat on the back for all of us.
Today we were planning to take the O and V Trains out to the central inland region of Korea. More information about the trains can be found in the comments section to this entry.
Bought some snacks (in addition to those we'd already brought... pigs) and boarded the O-train! Chairs can be rotated for a 2x2 seat formation so you're facing your friends. The train is perhaps a bit too colorful.
As far as I could tell we were the only non-Koreans on the train, which was maybe 70% occupied. The passenger demographic was simply retirees who were dressed for an easy hike, and us. Hahaha.
Equipped with kimbaps, string cheese, mediocre bread courtesy of Passion 5 and uh some heavy duty reading material, we settled into our seats as the train pulled out of Seoul station at 7.45 a.m. sharp.