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Travel Blogs from Seoul
and then was rejected because they were too shy to speak English, or so I was
told. After another pit stop at the
convenience store, we were ready to boogie down. The first club we went to reminded me of Tao
in Vegas on a weekend in the sense that you just get shoved along, with
absolutely no space to move. We found
the 2nd club to be much more accommodating so that's where we spent the bulk of
We all walked down into the 3rd tunnel found in South Korea that the North Koreans had dug. What a steep hill, we all managed to get our exercise today.
The roads here are amazing, along with the railway stations, although many of them stand unused at the moment.
After a 30 minute power nap, we headed to the markets again. Enjoyed a glass of the local ...
... a cooler and they play music along to the show. Many people stroll along the bridge romantically while the show happens, or even sit on the edge of the river to get a good view and take photos. It is truly a public space that is utilized to its potential. There was a large crowd up to the performance and during; in the area where we ate dinner there were many families that pitched tents to play throughout the day and into the night to watch the water light show. ...
... zone which straddles the south and the north
and the mood is upbeat.
We travel alongside the Imjin river , which has observation posts along it from where the ROK army watch over the river.There appears to be more activity today than when we passed them on the way to Paju.
We are soon at a checkpoint at the start of a bridge over the Imjin river.We are checked and then ordered to proceed across ...
... caught up from neglecting the theaters and blockbuster videos for the past year or so.
I thought this was supposed to be Korea, but everyone looks Chinese. Very nice airport though. Lots of lounges and shops. Took a descent walk around the joint. ...