BEST WESTERN Premier Kukdo
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... So why did we love this country so much:
************e speaks English – yes, in the beginning this was quite a shock, but once we figured out how to communicate with hands, feet and pictures it was actually really fun ! It was helped by the fact that Koreans are extremely friendly, accommodating and helpful – even when they really didn't speak a word of English they still tried their very best to help us and were so ...
... Once I got to my room, I quickly unpacked my belongings and headed back out to do some nighttime exploring! It turns out I would become pretty exhausted quickly, so I decided to just walk a little bit around Hongdae before calling it a night. It was definitely a happening place filled with lots of shops and restaurants, and I got a good vibe out of it. Once I got back, I showered and headed straight to bed. So ends the Journey to Seoul and day 1, I look forward to see what day 2 ...
... were 5 blocks away (1 block can mean 300 metres sometimes), with most street signage being in Korean and not many building numbers on the front of the doors. So I got to meet a lot of strangers and ask for help, which they were only too willing to do. Most spoke passable English. Anyhooo managed to pull it off thank goodness. I actually haven't stayed on this ...
My days left in Korea are numbered. On one hand, it's terrifying. I recall the feeling from Beijing: every place that you go you think to yourself: is this the last time I'll come here before going back to the States? Am I ever going hiking in Seoul again? Every time you say goodbye to a friend you try to snapshot and freeze the memory in your mind, wondering if this is the last time you will ever see them again in your life. On the bright ...
... We spent the afternoon going to different rooms which each had different properties. There was a 50 degree salt room, an 89 degree hot room (Very hot room!), jade hot rooms, ice rooms and pools of water at all temperatures. It was super relaxing and a great way to spend an afternoon.
That evening we hopped onto a plane headed to Jeju island in the south of South Korea and checked into our hostel. ...