During Choosuk, I was in Busan. On the day of Choosuk I went to the Busan Aquarium.
I went by myself. (If you don’t know me, I like going to things by myself. It means I can take my time or go as quickly as I want. Because there is no one slowing me down or pushing me ahead.)
I went to the aquarium, but it was waaaay crowded because it was a national holiday so everyone has it off (except for the people working at the aquarium).
The first Tank of fishes. After looking at all the fishes, I realized fishes kind of creep me out.
Hello Mr. or Mrs. Penguin!
We got to see someone in one of the giant fish tanks.
I used to think star fishes were really cool (I really like the shape of stars) but they are pretty boring.
Hello Mr. Crabby looking thing!
A type of Sea Horse.
A regular sea horse. I was talking to a friend of mine after I went to the aquarium (I’m not going to name names) but he told me he used to think Sea Horses were mystical animals aka ones that didn’t exist (like unicorns).
I decided that I really like jelly fish! I love the way they move. I could watch jelly fish for hours!
The colored jelly fish. These guys above and below are really small. They’re really cute. I just want to poke them!
At first when I was looking through the glass, I was thinking ‘where is the fish? all I see are a bunch of rocks”. Those rock looking things are fish.
I think these are a type of sting ray.
The fish in Duece Bigalow that caused all the commotion.
This guy looks like he’s made out of playdough.
The Sharks! I still prefer watching Jellyfish over sharks.
This guy was in the shark tank as well.
Look at these giant fish! I just had to show how big they were. They are bigger than the people looking at them!
The Hammer head shark. These guys are nice to look at.
Just some sea life. Coral and what not.
This car is a fish tank. Crazy huh?
I know that these photos aren’t my best work, but the place was just soo crowded and I was getting pushed around, and everyone kept getting in my way. The fish started giving me the chills after looking at them for so long I decided not to post pictures of too many fish.