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... at the weekend, but with the Pope in the city we hoped that most of the population would be off to see him. Here is a random factoid for you: In South Korea 46% of the population are Irreligious (choose to have no religious affinity), 23% are Buddhist, 18% are Protestant, 11% are Catholic and the remaining 2% are made up of various other religions. We had no idea that Pope Francis was going to be coinciding his visit with us as we would have made an effort to see ...
... had her milk and Mark made Kat a bowl of cereal from 'Paris Baguette' that was very healthy, full of grains. We decided rather than getting
wet going by tube, to get a taxi to Lotte World. Lotte World didn’t disappoint,
it was perfect for people with young kids. There were rides galore for all of
us, a monorail, shows and a Parade with floats and samba dancing. We still have
the song in our head from the parade (5 days later). We had a ...
... First revelation was the raw crab, which was just superb. Five stops and at least 10 items later, we ended w Korean chicken and a snail concoction. You can tell by the photo we were sorta spent by that point! Oh, and then we had this silky soft serve vanilla ice cream with friggin honey comb in it! Yowza! Also did brunch with BC before he flew out. One place famous for their dumplings (mandu), and BCs favorite place for Ox Tail ...
... the heat in the city. Today I (re)visited Seoul Forest and the Childrens' Grand Park. In the former one can feed deers, chase butterflies or play waterbattle among the cool beams of the floor like fountain, in latter you can even visit a smaller zoo for free! Watching the big fountain with the composed music watershow is beautifully ...
... with me now too, because they no longer fear me or treat me with any respect. Ah, the rewards of teaching. And I’m more comfortable around my friends here; I don’t have to worry as much about scaring them away with an off-color joke or six.
So this past week at work we had our first field trip since I’ve started at LCI. I was told that we were going to see a Korean play at a children’s theater. If you want ...