An English teacher's blog about his travels and his digital art.

World Baseball Classic

It’s Sunday morning about 11 o’clock and I’m sitting in my apartment watching Korea play Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic semifinals. Korea is really whuppin’ the tar out of the Latino team, 7-0 in the top of the 2nd inning. Looks like the Koreans have this one well in hand. Tomorrow the U.S. plays against Japan, with the winner playing in the championship game against Korea. Unfortunately, I have to work tomorrow morning, when the game will be telecast here. I’ll be able to watch most of the championship game on Tuesday morning, since I have only one morning class that day.

Later, I have to go to Lotte Mart (a big WalMart-like chain store) to buy a couple of dumb bells (no snide comments please) to augment my weight training program. I’m only able to get to the gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays to use the weight machines there, so I’ll use the dumb bells at my apartment. (The gym is closed on the weekends.)

If I have time, I’ll try to put up a couple of Odong photos later today.


  1. Watching the game on the internett periodically at work, bottom of the 4th, Japan rally, not good for the yanks. By the way, Yankees’ fan, who are you gonna root for if the USA wins and plays Korea for all the marbles?

  2. No contest–I’ll root for the USA, of course.

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