Daily Life in Korea 21

I can pay bills for gas or electricity at the bank.  I used to count my coins and pay in exact change with my bill to the teller.  Now I am emboldened to use the bank’s bill paying machine.  You know, when I can manage to figure out which it is.  So I paid my electricity bill today at the bank (isn’t it funny to think you used to pay utility companies directly and they would go to the banks themselves in America).  I inserted my Korean bank book.  I pressed the first button.  No, I couldn’t read it.  I pulled off the bottom part of my bill and put it on tray in the machine and it got sucked in.  I pressed the button that wasn’t cancel.  I entered my pin number.  I got a receipt and my bank book back.  I left the bank poorer.