Venice Beach was eye opening. It seems to be all about getting anyone legalized marijuana, bongs to go with that, tattoo's and performing/panhandling (I saw one performer who's whole act was to walk around with a fishing pole and a cup on the end with a dollar bill taped to it, pretty lame).
The airport in Seoul is not a bad place to spend time. There are loads of places that are really comfortable and free WiFi which is uncommon in the USA. It seems in US airports they try to make it impossible to get comfortable will laying down by adding arm rests on every other seat etc. Here there are seats designed for lounging in and lots of long benches and seats lined up without arm rests. There are at least 5 or 6 kids play structures in the international terminal for Dylan to play at. Another cool thing was a "shop" called the "Korean Experience" or something like that, lots of over priced product but also free (for foreigner) crafts, Dylan got to make a traditional Han Ji doll with Linda's help.
Needless to say Linda and I are ready to get to our apartment in Dalian and get settled in, Dylan, having just woken from a nap not too long ago could seem to care less at this point.