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... shuttle to an area about 5 minutes away where there are lots and lots of shops and restaurants. The concierge here recommended a restaurant called the Maple Tree...as we were looking for a Korean traditional meal type...Korean Barbeque. It was really yummy. I had the Bulgogi which is very thin pieces of seasoned meat and sort of sautéed with vegetables, glass noodles and broth. Very ...
Today we were up early, and on a bus north to the JSA and DMZ, only 25 miles north of Seoul this 4km wide and 200km long border divides the north and the south, despite hearing optimistic Korean's talk to us about the JSA and DMZ paving the way for future harmony, since the cooperating government's rowed in 2007 the future looks little brighter. Traveling to the center of negotiation at ...
... walking through Insadong. Insadong has had to be my favourite part of Seoul so far. There were great shops, great street food, great vibe and we really enjoyed browsing in and out of the shops.
We walked back to Myeongdong and our legs and feet were so tired from walking so much that we went in search of a massage place and we saw someone handing out brochures for a foot massage so we headed in for a foot massage. A masseuse massaged for 20 minutes and then ...
... office also known as Imjingak park we had some free time to explore. As soon as we got off the mini van I could tell just how touristy this was going to be. There were big coaches parked up filled with Chinese tourists. It was going to be a long day. There was an old rusty railway train that was gunned down in the war. The bullet holes looked pretty awesome. There were also multi-coloured flags with preys on them tied to a fence, this also looked nice. I liked the history ...
... At the other end of the district we saw them…the cranes. This area must have been chosen for re-development. I guess that the 2 storeys family houses will be replaced by high rise buildings.
Everything is on a different scale here. The wholesale market is gigantic. And they sell all kind of sea food. I don't think I have ever seen so many even in China. We could even try some of the dry fish and some of the ones in marinade of unknown ...