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TravelPod Member ReviewsHongdae Guesthouse Seoul
it's very close to subway. Really like here. Near the cruising area too. Definitely will come here again.
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Today was my first day of classes! I enrolled in two classes, each 2 hours and 30 minutes long a day.
First was Beginner Korean, We learned how to say, read, and write basic vowels and consonants. I can tell this is probably going to be very difficult for me because some of them have very slight pronunciation differences but they sound so similar when I hear it! I think it will just take some practice. Wish me luck!
Had bibimbap for lunch at a random ...
... children and husband to work at Korea International School. Melynda and I worked together teaching Spanish at Cavallini. It was totally surreal to knock on her door to her home in Korea! They were wonderful hosts and we had the best time exploring Seoul together for the weekend.
It was a casual weekend of good food, good friends and good weather. My impressions of Seoul:
-very clean- there is ...
... patrol station. A North Korean soldier walked over the bridge and killed him with an axe. A few metres down the road we could then see bridge where he crossed. They named this the 'Bridge of no return' Unfortunately we weren't allowed to get off the bus to take pictures. We could only take pictures on the bus. We then drove pretty close to the propaganda village and the massive North Korean flag before going back to camp Bonifas When we returned back at camp Bonifas to got ...
... it's inhabitants covering the cites, due to the fact that most of the country rests on un inhabitable mountains.
Covered a lot of ground and anytime I do that when it comes to tourist mode! I really feel like I've achieved something. Again there were hordes of Japanese everywhere, snapping their cameras at me. Gets on my bloody nerves and I actually don't find it flattering but extremely intrusive. In the end I told a few of them ...
... will be parting with no big movie role goodbye. I think that was our last encounter with each other. I had a rough weekend sleeping thinking about it, but today (Monday) I'm going to set aside the hurt and bad and only acknowledge the fun and loving memories we made together. I'm convinced God has more for my life....that's the scariest feeling of all. Moving on to the super awesome ladies of the Traveling Korean Pants... I set out Friday for ...