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Not really got much to say - but we want to post a few pictures. On our way to see Namsangol Hanok Village (a restored/preserved "village" of traditional houses) we stumble into a little parade from the palace commemorating the king and his retinue doing um, something. Someone who tried to interview us (on camera!!) explained the parade - I think it ...
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Korea's education department strongly supports this move to globalize education.
Lecture One: Dr. Utak Chung-director Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding.
'Education for International Understanding'- Global Citizenship Education
Education and global challenges for all educators. All humans are living in Global Village.
There are many issues facing people ...
... found myself lost in David Jones Bondi Junction. I wasn't expecting a ritzy department store at a suburban railway station, but I'm not Korean.
I finally made it to the ticket hall where I bought a fare back to Seoul on a Mugunghwa train, the slowest of the three classes of long-distance trains in South Korea. It cost me ₩2,600, versus ₩1,700 on Line 1 on the all-stations subway. It was worth the extra ninety cents - the train rocketed back to ...
... able to safely cross into North Korean land without fear of never returning. It was odd how tense the atmosphere seemed. Soldiers were standing at the ready, the doors on all sides were locked and our time in the building was timed to the second. Once we left and boarded the bus again, we couldn't help but feel a little more at ease leaving the DMZ. Although we were assured of our safety, you never know.
You know the saying "You don't know what you've got till ...
... market, a fresh fruit store, a cell phone store, a deli, and two bakeries. Both of my banks were located within walking distance. Shinhan Bank, which is where my checking and primary savings account was housed, was located one street behind my apartment. KEB Bank, which is where my second savings account was housed, was located one street in front of my apartment building. The movie theatre, the mall, the gun range, the subway station, and the ...