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The highlight of our second day in Seoul was a visit to the Korean Folk Village, which is a theme park with a cultural heritage focus. The Korean people respect their heritage and make it a priority to teach the next generation about the ways of the past. The park is a recreation of a Joseon Dynasty peaceful village with buildings moved from sites around the country. A total of 260 traditional buildings were relocated from various ...
... blah blah this way blah blah at this point do something blah." Then she pointed, which was nice of her I guess. Still trying to save face I said "ahhh, I understand, thank you" in Korean, then headed off in the direction she was pointing. I found my way back eventually. I didn't tell Spencer about it.
When I came back, I took a shower. The showers here--or lack thereof, more accurately--are pretty strange. There's just a shower head in the bathroom, so ...
... my largest has 30, and I only see each class ones a week. I teach a total of 646 students a week!!
Thursday night we went for Korean bbq with Lisa, one of her colleagues - AMAZING, as expected :D
Then Sam and I went back to hers for a mini New Girl giggle marathon, the most recent episode of which gave us a new code for danger for the weekend – 'apricots.' (It used to be ‘cupcake’ – sometimes on a night out you would hear a yell ...
... I do have other choice words to say, but will not post on the World Wide Web). Anyways, we had the opportunity to walk around the entire building which means that I did in fact stand in North Korea! I never thought I would add this country to my list of places visited (and admittedly it is only on the list with an asterisk) but I’m thrilled to have had the experience. Really the whole situation was quite surreal and fascinating and mind-blowing and a little bit ...
... with rice which sounds boring but was really really tasty - I wasn't brave enough to try out anything spicy yet! We then walked around the local area for a while, down streets with lights on every building from the ground up to the 2nd or 3rd floor. It was mostly food places and bars but probably a load of other things too but since I couldn't read any of the signs I couldn't tell what. It was really busy and loud with music coming from all the doors and people everywhere. Plenty ...