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We visited Seoul for a long weekend. It's a lot like the US, except for the parts that are like Germany, Poland, Japan and China.
Seoul claims to be the world's second largest metropolitan area (after Tokyo) with over 25.6 million people. It’s list of superlatives includes:
- The world's 4th largest metropolitan economy in …
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This trip wasn't a long wait like many of those we had. Although it was a last minute decision to head over to Korea, everything did goes well.
We took the airport rail from Incheon international airport and it took approximately 1hr30mins to arrive at Chungmuro, the …
... and Sohyun had also brought a game for us to play, which involved counting the number of fruits displayed on cards and ringing the central bell if a certain number of the same fruit was in the game. This all sounds very easy but it was actually quite challenging at first! Although I never won (if I remember correctly Ho Jun won all matches) it was a super fun game and we laughed a lot. Then the sun started setting and the view on Seoul's skyline (although it's pretty, it's ...
... and vigorous democracy. The most unusal railway station in the world, Dorasan Station, was next on our list. In the late 1990s and early 2000s the left-wing former South Korean President Kim Dae-jung introduced the "Sunshine Policy", which consisted of throwing bucketloads of money at Kim Jong-il in the hope that he might start acting real nice and stuff. Under the Sunshine Policy the pre-war railway line from Seoul to Pyongyang was rebuilt, and Dorasan is the border ...
... decided to bust in.
From there we exited the building and could take more photos for three minutes of the scene that included the Panmun-gak Pavilion, the North's towering and cold gray headquarters. There was one Northern soldier watching us with binoculars, and we were assured many more inside were doing the same. Then we were reminded to not point or make any loud gestures or noises. Basically, don't flip off any of the Korean's ...