Travel Blogs from Bucheon
... Rabbit and deer” received the grand award and the audience award. The prizes were symbolically handed over to the representative of the Embassy of Hungary in Seoul. (Guess who? :-))
... in the complex. It was originally used to hold state banquets and around the back you could see a little boat that would have been used for boating on the lake.
The second pavilion is hexagonal in shape and built by King Gojong, it really is very picturesque. Around this area is the building where (Queen Min - wife of King Gojong) was killed in her bedroom by Japanese assassins who then burnt her body in 1895. It ...
... letting people in, although he was providing detailed explanations in hangul to the visitors Inside there is detailed tilework stretching all around the walls. The front mihrab (prayer alcove pointing to Mecca) is ...
... and all along the eastern coast to the northern tip, DMZ, and north korean border. These were scenic single lane road going thru rolling hills. At one point a small dog decided to run along with the pack. He was consistent and kept going for a few kms. Hopefully he was able to make it back home. We went thru some more hills ...
... be covering the cost of the hotel
for the night because my plane was delayed due to weather issues, not
mechanical problems, but I could get it at a discounted rate. I also
found out that my luggage would not be on my original flight to
Seoul... once in Seoul I have to file a 'delayed baggage report' and
then the luggage will be on a plane the next day & arrive a day
later than me then be delivered to my home. I was a little concerned