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... 224; pizza où on a discuté de tout. J'ai pu constater l'opinion des jeunes sur la Corée du Nord , le Japon, les Japonais, etc.une vraie belle soirée ,quoi et les 2 gars sont venus me reconduire à la porte de l'hôtel... Comme quoi les Coréens et Coréennes savent aussi accueillir l'étranger. Ça m'a fait du bien de ressentir cela. Today an organized tour in what is the most touristic city in South Koreau, so ...
... traditionnelle. On couche sur un matelas par terre, on s'asseoit pR terre, les toilettes sont dehors...bref, une nouvelle expérience. Si j'en juge par mes discussions avec Anthony (Taîwan) et Jung (Séoul) la condition des femmes entre les deux pays est bien différentes: les Coréennes jouissent à peu près du même style de vie que la femme québécoise ou canadienne tandis que la Taïwanaise de classe moyenne ou ...
... also, as my bus stand was very clearly labelled, as was the bus I was to take. I took some photos while waiting, and a friendly old woman sitting next to me figured out that she and I were taking the same bus and without using any word asked me to mind her things for a moment, to which I agreed. This again is something that never would happen in Sydney I’m pretty sure, and added to the other stories that I have of my encounters with Korean people makes me feel ...
... the fighter will find victory. Some will join the military and achieve the glory they deserve, others will join the military and deserve no glory. There is a wide variety of choices for the fighter, but unfortunately, fighting demands conflict - opposition - and as long as opposition exists, there is little chance for fulfillment to ever arrive. The fight will always continue, whether or not we will be around to see it.
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... due to short on time!) and made our way to Cheomseomgdae, the Far East's oldest astrological observatory, constructed in AD632 and looked a little like a chimney stack with a window in it! There were numerous layers of symbology in the structure itself including the 366 stones used equalling the Luna year, 30 rows of stones equalling days in a month and many others. It was baking hot as we admired the structure from the shade and timed our walk back to the scooter with ...