One of our first days in Daegu, we went to dinner at Hyundai Department Store and saw sushi on conveyor belts and thought it was the coolest thing ever. But we knew it wasn’t practical with an 18 month old in tow. But now that we have a babysitter that we love, Tim and I get to do some things we might not trt with Clarissa.
It took us a year and a half, but in September, Tim and I had a date day and finally tried the sushi place. It’s located in the food court on B1.
It was pretty cool. You sit down and just take the plates of sushi that you want as they come around. Each sushi is on a specific plate. The plate design has a price. You eat as much as you want and then they add it up at the end and you pay.
The sushi was delicious and reasonably priced. I recommend it for a date night.
Last week at Hyundai, Tim saw a sign for a video game art exhibit. We decided to check it out. Tim liked the artwork . While we were there, we discovered some interesting activities.
On the ninth floor of Hyundai Department Store there is a kid sized train. You can either pay 1,000 won (less than $1) per ride. Or you can buy a drink at the shop and get a free ride. While we were trying to figure this out, a college kid came by with his drink and asked Clarissa if she wanted to ride and gave her his ticket.
There were also kids riding around on rolling horses and zebras. They had timer necklaces so it looked like an hour rental. There weren’t any English signs and Clarissa wasn’t super interested so I didn’t ask about the price.
On the seventh floor, there was a model train that Clarissa thought was really cool.