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... are also equipped with a whole lot of gimmicks varying from radio and ocean sound buttons to seat heating, emergency or « call for assitance » buttons (really ???) and different kind of « shower » options.
Now before this post becomes too much of praise about Korea, here are some things that annoyed us :
Shop assistants – they follow you like a shadow. You make one step to the left, they will make one. You make ...
... quick for a cheap dinner, came back, showered, and called it a night. Overall considering the **** weather conditions, I consider the day a success! I was able to do a lot, and see a lot before it really started pouring! I'm definitely looking forward to the final day tomorrow, especially since I see there's no rain in the forecast!
I really liked Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung palaces! Both were so much fun to walk around, even in ...
... their fists clench in full pugilistic mode. They stand in this pose without flinching or moving a muscle. I can’t imagine the pose is easy to hold for too long as it’s an 'active’ pose in that the muscles must be working away but it was explained to us that this pose is a modified form a Taekwando pose and it is considered to be aggressive,
which I think it is. I wonder what the North Korean guards say about the South Korean pose?
... were walking, Jamala ran into her friend Chris. We walked together. Then, we took the subway to shop in Myeong-dong. So many amazing shops there. The Koreans truly value their beauty products, including the guys.
Later that night, Niaya, Jamala, and I returned to our hostel. We met two Finnish people named Eero and Sonia; we decided to go out together to celebrate my birthday. So nice to meet new interesting people.
... s largest subway network by length, considered the world's best subway
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