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Nick Tan Goes To Korea: A Picture Gallery

Posted on Tuesday, November 13 @ 17:07:12 Eastern by
So as some of you already know, I was sent on a mission to Korea by a company named Neowiz to cover their two new titles, Bless and Ein (previews incoming), as well as the G Star convention for the first time.

Don't worry, guys. Ninjas aren't easily swayed by swanky hotel rooms, ocean views, awesome dinners, and crazy parties. Nah, not at all. There's no such thing as a biased ninja. You won't even see me in these pictures, because I'm, you know, and these are totally not meant to distract you from Here They Are!

 


Probably tastes like chicken.




Yep, that's Robert de Niro in a casino ad. It's just the start of long string of American actors selling Korean, well, everything.




After a quick train ride to Busan, I stayed at the Westin International Hotel. Check out that view.




Korean department stores actually have arcades, licensed by Sega. Time Crisis 3? 50 cents a credit? Oh, hell ya.




Can't have a proper Asian arcade without Taiko Drum Master. BTW, there were about eight people in the arcade, including that guy. But note that this was about 9AM in the morning! Yeah, don't think about American arcades. It will only make you sad panda.




Do not lean on door... or you will plummet seven floors and bump your head slightly.

 
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Tags:   G Star, Goodies, Neowiz

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