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Travel Blogs from Seoul
... 8220;spots” us. You guessed it! She’d be hanging round the lobby trying to pick out the Korean Americans who had booked the day’s tour!
Seoul is a sprawling city of close to 15 million people mostly housed it seems in the vast anonymous tower blocks of apartments that dominate the city's skyline. The city, like most of the rest of the country was totally destroyed during the Japanese occupation (from 1910-1945) and the subsequent Korean war. So ...
... Step 1: plug the tub
Step 2: add dirty clothes
Step 3: fill tub (either hot or cold will work)
Step 4: add detergent
Step 5: turn on jets (This is the fun part. Just make sure the water level is above the jets, or you'll be wet!)
Step 6: drain tub and rinse clothes thoroughly
Step 7: hang clothes to dry (be patient, this could take a day or so)
Total cost: $2.50 for soap!
... tourists with more than 80,000 visitors coming to Korea for the express purpose of cosmetic surgery; statistics are expected to surge to 400,000 by the year of 2015 (Seoul TouchUp). With all of this information I have given you, it shouldn't be surprising that Korea's culture is predominantly racist. I have been called ugly, blacky, a man, a monkey, and people who are significant to my African American heritage such as Harriett Tubman has been referred to as an ugly, dirty, ...