Jeonju Core Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jeonju
Jeonju is a big culture stop in Korea. They have an area called Hanok Village, where most of buildings are done in the old Korean style. A most of them are pretty modern with just the general style, but a lot of them are really built with the traditional woodworking and it ...
... Year in the traditional Korean way. We (mostly just Kelsey) want to visit a traditional bathhouse called a jjimjilbang, where they scrub you down from head to toe and leave you feeling brand new. But most importantly, we want to continue to live each day in the moment and truly take in the atmosphere and lifestyle while we have the chance; because before we know it, these next 6 months will be gone and we will be starting our next chapter back in ...
... me trying to keep up on my bike. Hahaha.
We were just in time for the Iksan band to go on stage, Mongtooth; the singer is Kari's husband. They were fun, I had never seen them before. I will definitely go again to another one of their shows.
The rest of the day was great, until about midnight, when the bands got crappier and crappier. I danced all day and there were only about 300 people there, so I became a little famous ...
... have been here for much longer than any of the other things we've seen on our travels. To the Koreans, they are just normal parts of their day. I suppose they feel the same about the mountains as we do about Niagara Falls - seeing it all the time kind of makes it seem less majestic. But something tells us that after a year we won't tire of seeing the amazing scenery in this country.
Our last stop before heading home was to the Mireuksaji ...
... speeding than actual police cars.
- The KTX smells like a multicultural apartment building in New York City.
- Koreans have made condescension an art form.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service