Burp! It’s several hours after I ate lunch, but I’m still feeling full. I really ate all I can at Marche – like it was the last meal of my life. I don’t think I can eat anymore, so yes, lunch is my last meal for today.
But I don’t feel guilty eating a lot (though I have to say it’s expensive in that restaurant), for I will need energy tomorrow. I registered for the LIG Korea Open Marathon, the first running event I will join, and I really look forward to the experience! Technically, I won’t run a marathon – just the 10 km category. But I haven’t run that far, not that I remember. Wait, maybe I did, but definitely not in the past 5 years.
My preparation is not enough for a competitive performance. Anyway, who am I to expect a lot? I don’t even run regularly and my weekly exercise at home is probably not impressive. The farthest run I had in Seoul is about 6.7 km in 35 minutes – which I last did in autumn. I only resumed running when spring arrived and it’s not a lot considering how late winter retreated :D.
So tomorrow, I just have a simple goal: to ‘really’ run 10 km – no stops, no walk. Can I do it?
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