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Travel Blogs from Seoul
... zone between the Koreas), but the actual
zone was not accessible so we were only able to get to the ImjinGAK memorial park. Notwithstanding the brutalities of war, the
sobering thought of having your wife or mother separated by a DMZ is quite depressing. Not all was gloomy though, we had another
meal of grilled meat alongside an impressive view of the DMZ. We would meet up with Ian later in the day
... miss this place. It was a very good Korea moment.
Sunday I received a pleasant surprise as I was walking to get water for Tim and I. My sweet landlord lady invited me to eat lunch with her entire family. Her daughter and grandson can speak broken English which encouraged me to accept the offer. We walked into her apartment and I could smell the spicy in the food. She led us to the bedroom where there was ...
... reconstruction since it was burned down/destroyed, but the architecture was still cool to look at. The palace looked a lot like the Forbidden City and was packed with Chinese tourists, so it really felt like I was back in Beijing. We watched the changing of the guards, which was just as boring as it sounds, and then headed out to the Seoul History Museum. Turns out everyone was exhausted, so we kept our stay brief in favor of enjoying some ice ...