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... However, what was most interesting about the parade was that there was a long line of westerners dressed in traditional Korean clothing in the parade as well. Neither myself or any of the people I came with knew why westerners were in a cultural festival. Either way, it was still interesting.
After the parade, my friend and I walked around a Food Festival which was happening next ...
... to charge laptops or run hairdryers. I have 2 laptops I'm using: 1 for work, and 1 to run Skype so I can make and receive calls on a U.S. phone number. Since there's only 1 power outlet that works for the laptops, I have to trade off charging each one for a period of time.
The hair dryer is a bigger issue, since my round brush dryer won't work here, I'm going to have to find a new 'do. Or maybe just wear alot of ...
... vendors doing a brisk business. Locals out for a stroll, just like me. Once I got back up to the main street, I walked west towards the main palace at Geyongbokgung. There's a huge gate at the south entrance, and I got some good photos of it. There's a main road leading south from the palace, that used to just be 12 lanes of cars. The city divided the north and southbound lanes, and put in a park, gardens, fountains, and two massive bronzes of King ...
... We headed out for a short explore in the neighbourhood, called Bukchon, known for its surviving ancient architecture – and quickly ran into a Pied Piper. An older Korean gentleman with a tourist guide name tag was parading a group of Korean teens through this historic district. He asked us if we’d like to join his group and in moments we found ourselves scoring some great guided tour tidbits of the area. He took us into one traditional houses’ ...