Lotte Hotel Seoul
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Kevin had some business in Seoul and as he was going for a week (including a weekend!) we decided I would accompany him! I was very excited as I hadn't been to South Korea before and whilst we are on this side of the world I am keen to explore as much of Asia as possible. We were met at the airport by a taxi and as soon as I got in I felt the …
... Makgeolli (Korean rice wine) and then headed to her apartment. Although it's quite small, it has everything she needs and it was still possible for both of us to stay there. We drank Makgeolli and stayed up talking well into the night, even though the next morning we had to get up early for her class...
Friday morning we managed to get up and head to Seoul National University for Ana's class. It wasn't interesting for me, so I just took a seat in the back, put in ...
... and Leading Teachers tonight as an official welcoming ceremony and I am very nervous. I will need to employ all the Korean Social norms I have learnt so far and I hope I do the right thing. Apparently a lot of rice wine, Soju (Korean spirit) and Karaoke are a must and it is rude to say no. Hyeonwoo has already given me some strategies and tips on how to 'hide the alcohol' they give me......I am in for a big night I think!
Thought of ...
... kata jumpe kawan..hmmmm.. hehehehe
Got our luggage, then keluar je nampak my name! heheheeee but the ahjusshi still young and not the chatty type.. Keluar airport je; SEJUK GILER. BEST SANGAT2!!!! the drive to Itaewon was smooth, maybe because its late at night..(thank god I didnt opt to stay around the airport hotel for a night..could have wasted a lot of time actually)..The ride usually take close to an hour to reach the airport..but the driver, ...
... Camp Bonifas, a United Nations Military Command facility which serves as the base for UN troops patrolling the DMZ, most of whom are American. After a briefing in a conference room in which we went through the do's and don't's (no pointing, no gesturing, no taking photographs unless explicitly allowed, no straying from the group, no fraternising with North Korean troops), we transferred to another bus belonging to the UN. Our South Korean tour guide got left behind and was replaced ...