Fraser Suites Insadong
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... work over hear with jet lag and lack of sleep.
Notes from the lectures and I have provided pictures of the slides we were presented.
Strong emphasis on student being. Global citizens and global understanding. Big push for teachers to be properly trained and educated to teach students to be global citizens and have global understanding.
Being able to deal with a changing global climate and better change the future with better and more ...
... II, but they also provide a huge range of charitable services to currently serving personnel. They also run tours to the Demilitarized Zone. The Demilitarized Zone - the DMZ for short, pronounced with the American "zee" and not the Australian "zed" - is a buffer of several kilometres either side of the Military Demarcation Line (MDL), the border between North Korea and South Korea since the end of the Korean War in 1953. The MDL and the DMZ cut the Korean peninsula in two from the ...
... is all decorated for Halloween (although Koreans really don't celebrate Halloween, but we do at KIS), the candy is flowing into the classroom from the parents, and we have a pumpkin to carve (it is a peach colored, odd shaped Korean pumpkin, but none the less it is a pumpkin!) And although we believe the states begins selling Holiday decor way too early, Korea just might win---Costco is overflowing with Christmas decorations already...
... mine for not caring at all about reviewng or homework. And there was even one more thing I realized made me uncomfortable. Not being able to connect with any other person beyond Julie during that time, since, generally speaking, Korean people speak no English at all, and there are really very few foreigners traveling or expatriated in Seoul to talk to. Actually, white guys are so extremely rare to see all around Seoul, that I would say hello to every one of them I see during the day ...
Today we slept in for the first time in nearly 3 weeks! We headed to Gyeongbokgung Palace only to get there after they closed for the day :(
So instead, we made our way to Insadong (a shopping district) where we had tea at a traditional Korean tea house and shopped around all of the local artisans' shops. For dinner, we went to another district called Myeong-dong ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsFraser Suites Insadong Seoul
Great location, great hotel, well appointed, incredibly clean, quiet and unobtrusive service. Perfect place for an extended stay. We were traveling with our two year old son, and this place was perfect for a family!
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