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... to work that stuff out. (Apparently everyone here automatically had the degree except for the foreigners.)
Anyway, into the concert we went at 6pm, andddddd.. it was a flop. The Winner table was out, and they were just talking. Great. Maybe it's just an intro? Nope. There was some talking, followed by a dive into the group's past, and a story of how they were brought together. The group were signed to YG individually, and then put into a group, and then run ...
... will remain in this blog as long as the internet exists and of course in the thousands of photos and memories that have been collectively amassed.
Our last day started with a morning off….another late night resulted in many needing the down time! We had a 2:00pm coach pickup to the Olympic Park. While it was only 25km away it took over an hour to get there in rough traffic. After being taken to our 'dressing ...
I spent a crazy amount of time at the huge Dragon Hill Spa near Yongsan station and then went to catch my flight at around 10 p.m. It was cancelled but they got us all hotel rooms and I was put on a direct flight home in the morning, rather than the original terrible connection I was supposed to take. So it worked out good in the ...
... zone between the Koreas), but the actual
zone was not accessible so we were only able to get to the ImjinGAK memorial park. Notwithstanding the brutalities of war, the
sobering thought of having your wife or mother separated by a DMZ is quite depressing. Not all was gloomy though, we had another
meal of grilled meat alongside an impressive view of the DMZ. We would meet up with Ian later in the day
... at once?
I'm not sure how I'm going to leave Seoul next week. I'm so resistant to the entire idea of it---saying goodbye to friends for probably the last time ever, saying goodbye to Korea for who knows how long. I'm tired of moving around so much, saying goodbye so often, always missing someone somewhere. I guess it's all just a part of traveling; you never get to stay anywhere long enough. What's ...