Hoegi Coop Residence
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So I'm DEFINITELY getting too comfortable in Seoul. I'm learning how to walk like a Seoul-ite aka like a total *******, and not feel bad about it, I'm haggling over prices and no joke, a couple of Chinese tourists asked me for directions. And I gave them. Successfully. Waked around City Hall where there was a green-tech expo. I don't know if Korea is responsible for the quality of air ...
DAY 1 Penang - Incheon
Assemble at Penang Airport for your departure flight to Incheon. Overnight at
DAY 2 Seoul / Blue House (via) / Gyeongbok Palace +
National Folklore Museum / Namsangol Hanok Village
(UNESCO HERITAGE) / Gimpo Airport /
Yongduam Rock / Mysterious Road
* Presidential Blue House (pass by) which is the ...
I am currently writing a report I will need to submit to the Program organisers here in Korea APCEIU and I will be presenting my findings next week to all the participants in the Exchange Program. I will be very interested to see what others impressions have been. In speaking to some of the Australian Teachers, their impressions have been very similar to my own.
... of 2 Korean girls I headed for a Sunday lunch at the foot of Namsan hill. The idea to eat bibimbap under the cherry trees sounds very romantic, but the high price the hanok house asked for the dish and the quality of food we got did not meet my expectations. Still, we had another great walk! :-) ...
... to the East Sea/Sea of Japan. Access to the DMZ is very restricted, visitors must be escorted by the military, and tours must be booked in advance and passports checked twice on the day. The tour bus with passengers from all over the world, but mostly America - and how great it was to hear people speaking my mother tongue! - went west along the wide and hazy Han River and then turned north on a motorway which gradually got emptier as we approached the DMZ. Grey dismal blocks of ...