Anyway, the talks were interesting and the food is plentiful and varied. The session I was co-ordinating went well, though the audience was tiny because we were up against the big name speaker in the main auditorium. However, both speakers were interesting, I managed to introduce them without mangling their names and I remembered to encourag people to ask questions before wrapping up the session.
Then one of the very polite and helpful students who are acting as helpers to the conference phoned for a taxi for us and we're now back at the hotel. It's only 7.30 pm, but G (who said it feels like the middle of the night) has gone to bed. I will read for a bit before turning in too because I've mostly adjusted to Korean time.
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