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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 ...
We meant to find a good cafe in Hongdae while we explore around, however not a particular cafe that caught our eye. What caught our eyes were the desserts around the place, there seemed to be a lot of ice shaving desserts restaurants. We thought we would give that a try to see what the fuzz was about.
One thing I noticed around in Seoul is that a lot of restaurants or cafe were situated in the entire building ...
... s palace gate (after the fire it won't be fully repaired until 2040!). In the Sejong Center we saw the top of King Sejong's turtle ship. I had previously seen a reproduced version of the turtle ship in Chicago when there was an exhibition on King Sejong, but seeing it in this environment was even more exciting and meaningful.
Lastly, for those who are Running Man fans, we actually saw a Running Man filming taking place in Sinchon. I'm a huge fan so I was ...
... proverb, Sam and I Full Monty-ed our clothes into the nearest wash basket and wandered down the stairs to join the other nude-y rude-ies in the bath house :o) In the bath house there were maybe eight or nine different baths and hot tubs, a sauna, a steam room, lots of sinks with basins and showers, lots of regular showers, and a section at one end with tables in and old-ish women waiting to give you a good scrub down.
Had we had more time I think we both would have ...
... which prevents anyone from just zooming right up to the DMZ I guess. So the DMZ is a 4km wide area (2km on each side of the military demarcation line, or border between the north and the south). After entering the DMZ we drove a little closer to the border to Camp Bonifas, where the American soldiers are stationed to help protect the border. There we received our 15 minute briefing on the history of the area and the rules and regulations that we were to follow for the rest ...