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... was opened on 1 January, 2000 as a symbol of hope for peace in the future.
We passed through security into the DMZ on a bridge built by the founder of Hyundai who lived in North Korea before the division. In a moment of marketing genius he gifted 1000 cows to his old town in North Korea. The parade of animals was televised worldwide – both highlighting the significant act of peace and Hyundai’s now famous car brand. As S.P said – he killed ...
How could you come to Seoul and not visit Gangnam? You would do a horse dance like Psy for the very least! But unfortunately it was too embarrassing for Lou, so I was also banned from doing the horse dance... As a matter of fact, I was also banned from trying to speak in Korean as well, what ashamed?! I could at least show off my greeting skills... =)
Anyway, speaking of Gangnam, the main strip seemed ...
... I can think of, although I have not been to Taiwan or Vietnam There is remnants of snow everywhere kinda cold but the hot stone bowl food kept me going. I wanted to do a little bit of shopping just to get some small souvenirs for my nieces. Once we got tot the palace it was just 3000 won each to get in 1000won =1 $. The stone bowl breakfast was about $23 for the three of us. Since our tour guide was appointed by the Korean board of tourism he was at ...
... The multi-lane path made it very easy to pass and be passed.
I found out the gears weren't my main problem....the bike ended up being much too small, even though I picked the largest one available. I think my knees may be sore for a while, and I think I will start shopping for a new bike!
Overall, it was a wonderful day, and I can't wait to ride the Han again!
... in 1867.
As Gyeeongokgung was the symbol of national sovereignty, it was demolished during the Japanese occupation. Korea became a Japanese protectorate in 1905 and a colony in 1910. In 1911, ownership of the palace land was transferred to the Japanese Government-General, and by 1926 all the buildings were levelled to be replaced by Japanese colonial buildings.