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... Japanese one which has usually just one ingredient like tuna and as a sweet we had this fish made of douhg filled with a custard cream and another one filled with red beans.
After lunch we walked around and since I'm in Korea I can hear songs I like on the radio playing in a shop. It makes me so happy!
We decided to go to the memorial place of Kim Yu Shin, which wasn't that special but the hill/mountain near it was nice and we walked to the top of it.
But just as I ...
... can relate to. We all have one. It might not be written in the popular pages of best-selling books, but it's there. Alive, and always has been. And Gyeongju's history is the same way.
IMPORTANT: I do not claim to have a powerful grasp about geography, social constructs, or governmental politics. (In fact, those may be my biggest weaknesses.) I also did not major in Eastern Asian History, nor have I written ...
... led further to an elevated path along a lilly pond. There are actually inroads hiking trails connecting all the temples away from the main road but not clearly marked so I didnt want to get lost in the interior and decided to stay on the main road.
Another interesting temple next was Sambulsa ...
... back to Guryeongpo as I didnt want to take a costly cab back. The return bus cost 1500w ($1.25) and wound thru some small fishing villages.
At Guryeongpo I had to change buses after stopping by a Japanese historical street ...
... was still miserable but I made the most of it and went out to Bulguksa Temple. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is sited about 10km from the city centre.
The afternoon was spent in the hostel reading the only English language book I could find in the place, "Harry Potter", and keeping dry.
Saturday 15 ...