Ibis Suwon Ambassador
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... interesting sights was the lord’s bed. It certainly didn’t look comfortable, but the bamboo wife was funny. In the summer it is very hot, so the lord sleeps with the bamboo wife and the real wife sleeps in her quarters. Bamboo is supposed to be cool so a round woven tube around 10 inches in diameter serves as the sleeping companion.
Suwon, better known as Samsung City, was our location for lunch. Here we dined ...
... Unfortunately, the palace was burned down by
angry citizens in 1592 when the royal family fled their abode during the
Japanese Invasion of Korea. Thanks to Gwanghaegun, the palace was restored in
1611. Even today, it holds a number of cultural treasures such as Injeongjeon
Hall, Daejojeon Hall, Seonjeongjeon Hall, and Nakseonjae.
Changdeokgung’s rear garden was constructed during the reign of King
Taejong and served as a resting place for ...
... changed into our pajama-uniform getups and went upstairs. Due to alcohol consumption and overtiredness, we completely spaced about the existence of the common room, and found ourselves in a hallway full of what were private, locked rooms. We assumed that everyone who stayed at the jinjabong got a private room, which is totally logical for $8 (not really). Because they were all locked, I thought it wise to reach through an open a window on one of the doors, and unlock the room. Lucky ...
... taking it up any time soon though! They are only two positives of which there are many, they heavily outweigh the annoyances although being a proud Yorkshireman I am by law required to moan about some of these negatives. The weather is far more extreme than anything I am used to which has been a shock to the body. In summer I was in work when it was 40degrees outside with 90% humidity whilst as I write there is snow resting with the temperature a far ...
... teach her ESOL students.
Now to give you a little background on me, I am a para-educator back home. I help teach the television production class. My primary interest in Korea is that I want to teach English here after I graduate. The plan is to finish my degree and come teach English for a year. However, I have never actually taught an English class in my life.
In fact, my English isn't that great to start with. Note the many ...