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... out through isolationism. The Qing Dynasty was coming to power in the West, and unfortunately for Korea, the Chinese weren’t buying it. By 1637, the Qings had scorched Korean earth and instituted a Korean colony.
In the late 18th and throughout the 19th century, Japan and Qing China jockeyed for control of Asia. Korea was ...
... I talked to a man and he said that we have to shoot firecrackers to frighten away the evil spirits, it was very interesting, I never knew that!
New Year has came and I had a very enjoyable day.
The next day, Kim and I went to go see a concert held down in Gwangju. It was a Kpop concert, which a lot of people go to because of the groups or soloists popularity. It was very interesting to see the amount of people in the concert and the lovely ...
... run to Hong Kong. The Tian Tan Buddha and cities' view are on my bucket list; therefore, this whirlwind of a trip will be my farewell to Southeast Asia. Next surprise is just as exciting, but in a much different way. My first month in Korea I met a business man who I actually mentioned in my blog People All Over the Pub; he was labeled as cute Danish man here on business. However, I never gave more than his label. We ...
... time near this place. There was a large building full of convenience stores, fast food restaurants and souvenir shops and across the street was a small amusement park set up but not opened called Peace Park. It was like any other abandoned and slightly run down fair you would see in the United States; this seemed strange and made the issue between North and South a commercial enterprise.
Once inside the DMZ, we were briefed on ...
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