Two of my South Korean students and their parents were in Singapore for a short holiday. The family has returned to Seoul 2 years ago after the father's contract ended. They came to visit my family and we had dinner with them.
It was great seeing my boys again. They are studying in a University in Seoul now. We had a wonderful time catching up. During dinner, the father shared with us a story.
Koreans like to visiting bath houses for their baths. Many many years ago, Mr Park and his parents went to a bath house for their weekly scrub-back late one night. An hour into their bath, while scrubbing one another's back, they heard a commotion outside.
Later they realised a fire had broken out in the front part of the bath house. Quickly they ran out to retrieve their clothes, only to discover the lockers where their belongings were kept, were in flames.
There were 15 bathers, all naked, except for a small face towel each. They decided to make a dash out of the burning bath house. By this time, there were many spectators gathered outside the bath house. And to make things worse, the media was alerted. Camera men, reporters and TV crew were waiting to take pictures.
The 15 naked bathers had to think of a way to run out of the bath houses without feeling embarrassed. Now readers, with the small face towels that they had, how are they going to do that?
Answer will be given in the comment section on Monday. ^-^