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... differently. Even some tour guides ignore the women. The first born son from the emperor reigns and it can be from either the empress or the concubines whoever bears him a son.
We travel two hours to board the ship again. We are so happy to be "home" again.
It is a sea day today and after our four day adventure we need this. We catch up with everyone on their adventures and apparently they only lost one lady at the Great Wall.
Today I had a casting at 12. Then was stuck at home waiting until I had the ok to leave, as we didn't have any other castings. So I cabbed over to Nandaemun sadly by myself, wish Kris was still here. Anyway, I was on a mission to find some certain prezzies for some certain special people. Cough Mom cough cough. I got to the market around 6 and most of the better purse stands were closed already, but after going through around 25 of them I finally found what she wanted. Similar to what ...
... not glued to a screen. Therefore, I did as the natives did and have spent the last year of my life completely oblivious to that around me. I actually can't even picture a life where I mosey in others conversations or interact with people around me on a regular basis 7.Analyzing every picture...not being able to speak the language I've taken to the role of a preschooler. The signs yellow and a triangle? Maybe I should slow down. There's a pepper on this ...
... with red triangles on fences warning about landmines. They say only 30% of those laid in the war have been recovered. First was to the Freedom Bridge where South Korean POWs were handed back over from the North. The bridge is lined with thousands of colorful ribbons and Korean flags, commemorating those who died in and since the war. The end of the bridge is fenced and topped with barbed wire, denoting the south DMZ border. From the top of an ...
... up, show those legs, drink too much soju, and if you want to get really crazy sleep on the KFC chicken mat...joking, but really Korea is an amazing country that continues to amaze me everyday. I had so much fun writing this from the top of my favorite coffee shop overlooking this foggy beautiful city. I hope you got a giggle or two out of this, hopefully some advice on your soon-to-be adventures, and can welcome Korea as your temporary home as well as I have...remember to respect and have fun! ...