Benikea Hotel Amour And Symphony
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... we longed for more time, but due to the traffic and the sailing time, we rushed back to the ship. Due to the traffic, we returned only twenty minutes early. After being late in Jeju, we did not think the ship would wait for us a second time.
Dinner was a Korean Bar-b-que held on the upper deck. Saying goodbye to Korea as we dined on the country’s style food under the setting sun, was fantastic.
China, here we ...
... specific subjects. They're very popular in Korea, especially English language ones. Parents here put an ungodly portion of their income toward their kids' education; not only do many of them pay for private schools, but many of them also invest in private after-school education, too. That's how high school students here manage to spend 18 hours a day in school and why the college entrance competition is so intense.
What's unsurprising is that after living a suicidal ...
... and this one certainly was. i mentioned earlier that it's hard to reserve a date and hall, and you could tell, since the moment we finished with the family advice giving ceremony, you could see the staff was already preparing for another wedding.
All the posturing seemed a bit over the top to me, but I understand the reasons for it all since in Korea family and respect your elders is very important. Overall, a very pretty wedding with a mix of traditional and modern touches.
... Samgyup Sal. It is pork in the hot plate. It is very delicious.
... South Korean armies and also the American army. We decided to do the tour which goes into the middle of the DMZ, rather than just going to the South Korean side, as we'd been told it was much more interesting and is supposedly meant to be one of the scariest places in the world (it wasn't)!
The only way to visit the DMZ is in a tour group so we went off in a coach with a hilarious little Korean woman who told us all about the border and what would happen throughout the morning. ...