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... Took the metro to Gangnam to see how the other half of the Koreans live. This is a very upmarket area. It was such a nice place to walk around. Very modern skyscrapers, so clean and so quiet. Plus there is a huge abundance of shops and mammoth malls. The metro system is also one of the best and easiest we have used around the world.
Today we did a bus tour to the North Korean border. We visited the DMZ (demilitarised ...
It offers all the enjoyment of oodles of seafood without actually cooking it yourself. You wander around gawking at all the sea oddities swimming in their tanks (or bowls, or bags) until something catches your fancy. You point and grunt and gesticulate in an effort to select and purchase,haggling (a bit) because they will shamelessly up the prices for know-nothing tourists. They will then take you by the hand and carry all your bounty up ...
... it is a safe job and the Korean’s get good benefits and retirement packages. Also, teachers do not need to retire until they are 62 and in other professions it is mandatory for people to retire as early as 45 years old.
Korean students have high anxiety levels with test but achievement levels are very high.
Korea has moved from poverty to developing country in 50 years. Education has moved the country forward and made it a developing country. ...
... seemed quite homey. The decor inside resonated with the cozy concept, and the Cafe Lamp didn't overdo it by having hundreds of lamps around. It was just enough.
Believed to be distributors of Cake Decor, the cakes didn't disappoint as well. Fluffy and just enough sweetness for both, it was like eating clouds... My iced coffee was nice as well, cool me down from all the walking and shopping. ...
... br> Changing to Line 1 of the Seoul Metro at Seoul Station was an adventure. There must have been twenty escalators, and I was elbowed, tackled, cut off, queue jumped and pushed on all of them. Ditto on the Line 1 metro. Even octogenarian four feet tall women had no shame in spear tackling me.
I was ejected from the subway at my destination frazzled and in no state to start exploring a whole new city. I got to the hostel to check in, where I tried to pay with my card.