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... Korea and traditional fences completed the design. The 245-acre park follows the feng-shui principals for prime village location, with a river flowing in front and a mountain behind it.
We saw a performance of Farmer's Music and Dance celebrating the harvest season. The costumes were amazing with special hats that had long dancing ribbons attached. The acrobatic dancers could move their heads in ways to make the ...
... do is you just stand in the middle of the bathroom floor and use the shower head to clean yourself. You can't do it without getting water all over the floor in toilet which is actually convenient for me because in the States I leave huge puddles on the floor when I shower anyway, and now there's at least an explanation for it.
We headed out with our class (11 of us + Professor Ahn + Nora, a Ph.D student) at 10PM. We all walked through Ewha campus and ...
... from across the bar, instantly know that one of our group needed rescuing! Other times if you thought your friend might possibly be talking to a creeper/bunny-boiler, you could see if she/he was ok with it by asking if they’d received the cupcakes you’d sent! I’m sure it was completely obvious, but we thought we were hilarious! :o) )
Sam was at work Friday, so I spent the day mooching about and packing for our weekend up in Seoul. I ...
... at the same time. I also would just like to mention that the ROK soldiers have impeccable style as they rock some sweet helmets and Ray Bans in their attempt to show to emotion towards the North.
Our time at the MDL was quite limited because we did not want to make the North suspicious so we then set off for a tour around some of the other sights within the DMZ. We went to a few military lookout points and saw the Bridge of No Return, and the Point of Axe Murder. ...
... on my list of where I want to go now!
So that's pretty much how my first 24 hours in Korea have been - it's now almost midnight and time for bed again as we have our registration and introduction things tomorrow so will be meeting everyone in the ISP (international summer programme). Then on Tuesday we're off on our 3 day field trip to a different province and visiting the DMZ and things so I guess I'll write again when I get back from that!
Love to you all