Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju
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Gyeongju is tauted as the “Museum without walls”. This ancient city once housed more than a million people and was home to the dynasty that first united all of Korea (including the north). The Shilla dynasty ruled in this area for about a thousand years but it wasn't until nearly then end of their rule that they gained the might to conquer the two other kingdom states of Korea to unify the peninsula. ...
... I walked, the more I thought of how often I've seen cherry blossoms in a natural setting. It wasn't too often at all; I couldn't recall a single memory, honestly. Well, maybe one: a trip to Washington D.C. many years ago. Cherry blossom petals are prevalent on a drastic number of Asia-centric advertisements; they seem as if they're a strong and passionate symbol of graceful freedom, meant to stand for a very long time. Real cherry ...
... Erin won't speak until she comes back.
The second video is of a new kindergarten class I've been in charge of teaching for the last few weeks or so. They're very young kids - around 5 years old - and it's been a challenge considering they don't have hardly any Korean language to work with, let alone a second language like English. But as you can see... at the end of the day, challenges can still be rewarding.
... Even simple decorations like those of the lotus flower continued to merely evolve with intricacies. Some call it a deviation from the norm, but I like to call it staying alive in another light.
History has many rarities. For one, it contains deviations. It has this little trick of revealing bends and warps in commonplace occurrences. If you look hard enough and look enough, you can find that peasants can attain ...
It took about a km of hiking to get to this point and I didnt want to go further up as I had been biking today and already visited Golgulsa Temple in the morning (see two entries back) so didnt want to exhaust myself.
Returning back down ...