Today turned into a fabulous Sunday, with the discovery of a hidden trampoline tent in a not-oft traveled alley of Pyeongnae. Marisa and I had discovered it on our many trips as of late to the hot dog stand owned by an interesting Korean man named Jay who grew up in Chicago. Jay only moved back to Korea about 5 years ago. Teaching English bored him after awhile, so he decided to follow his dream of owning a delicious hot dog and burger stand. Now he teaches English on the phone and cooks food for the masses. Genius. Anyway, the alley we take to get to his side of town holds a large tent. Inside the tent are 7 large trampolines, all connected to one another. I had seen children jumping last time we went by, so the four of us decided to journey over today to see if this wondrous place was only a playland for the kiddies. Thank goodness it was not. The ajima (Korean term for auntie, but generally used for older woman) at the door gladly let us enter and we paid the fee. Only 2000 won for a full hour! We played, jumped, flipped, and enjoyed ourselves immensely. We will most definitely be returning-hopefully sooner and later. And I have found the destination for my birthday party. Trampoliiiiiiiiiine!