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... something to the spirit. My soul was blissful as though heaven touched me on earth. I could have slept there and stayed longer, but I had to go.
I finally reached the crossroads at the bottom of the hill from Sangoonsa. To the left, was 2.5 kilometers up to Baegundae, the highest peak. Right ahead is 2.3 kilometers back to the information center. With only one bottle water left, with my leg muscles sore, with only three hours left till ...
... stand behind to take any photos. So the only view of North Korea you are going to get from here is the back of some other tourists looking into the fog through binoculars.
Just like in Vietnam, Korea has some scars from the war in the form of tunnels which the North dug in preparation for invasions into the South. We visited the Third infiltration tunnel. The South have currently discovered 4 tunnels but it is thought that there are more still to find. ...
... that came with a free tray full of side dishes. They were all
bought to our table along with a pot of hot coals which they put a grill plate
on top and positioned the exhaust shute hanging from the ceiling above it.
There was kimchi, a pickled cabbage dish that is quite spicy, lettuce leaves to
wrap the cooked meat in, raw garlic and chilli to put on the BBQ, bean paste to
smear on the lettuce leaves, soft tofu in a red sauce, a noodle coleslaw, ...
... from the pan.
Another memorable thing was the cloudy soju, which I believed it was mak gul li in Korean. A perfect wine for BBQ! The alcohol contents were not that high as well, and a very easy drink. Don't go overboard though... =)
That concluded my short trip to Seoul, a lovely place to be, I ...
... land in Korea! It’s afternoon. The podium set up to intercept deplaning passengers has special boarding passes for us. The purser was as good as his word and we’ve been seated across the aisle from one another. Following the other passengers, we head for another security check and customs. If passing through multiple security checks actually imbued one with an enhanced sense of personal security we would never again require a hug. We ...