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... leaders always read from papers? How do I differentiate between a hobby and a career prospect? What is the best way to study? Questions that make you think.
Korea is fascinating because in 40 years alone it has managed to transform itself from a poor economy to one of the world's most advanced economies by investing heavily in education, creating an export based economy, etc. It is super advanced ...
... familiar place and since the sun was still shining and it was about 25 degrees we got a table outside. When the Beef, side dishes and beer and soju (Korean spirit that goes with pretty every meal over here) arrived at the table a really felt like home sitting with friends and family at the table.... It was great.
As our plans were to leave early the next day for Osaka we went back home after the meal and packed our bags. By that time I felt the tiredness ...
... were a ton of people going in and out of the guarded gates. We also passed through the gates. The guards were so still that I thought they were made of wax until I saw one move. The gate led up to an open dusty courtyard and a ticket booth. Ugh. Maybe if we found the palaces to be more interesting we would have gone in. Instead we just had a peek and left. As we were leaving we learned that we were just in time for the changing of the guards ceremony. It ...
... but for my basic Cuckoo cooker, it takes about 30 minutes.
Using a hot pad, hold a plate over the rice cooker and flip the bread onto the plate (this is why you need to coat the cooker with oil) and then top with another plate and flip it right side up. Let the bread sit for 15 minutes to cool and then serve! It is a delicious breakfast or a nice dessert (especially with a scoop of vanilla ice cream)!
... away from the border. Once we reached the first of several military checkpoints, we crossed a bridge very slowly, weaving in between barricades and spiked road blocks reminiscent of WW2 tank busters (or a post-apocalyptic movie set). We arrived at the Joint Security Area where we were asked to sign a waiver without reading it and then board a bus where two armed military soldiers would escort us into the DMZ.
Officially, the Demilitarized Zone (aka the ...