Novotel Ambassador Doksan, Seoul
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... a very delicious vegetarian breakfast but also won't let you bring bottled water onto the aircraft, which left me thirsty and anxiously crying.
Anyway, we arrived in Korea and made our way to Seoul. It was FREEZING. Realistically, Seoul is about the same temperature as the UK right now, but coming from Hong Kong was a huge shock for me. Luckily, our beautiful, big hotel room had cozy underfloor heating.
So we went off for ...
... my next days project is to visit one of these areas. Looking at the map it appears to be just on the other side of the university which is right beside the hostel. I think it will be fast to cut through here rather than walk down to the main streets. Oh google maps how you have deceived me. You failed to show me the topography of the area and I don't realize that tucked into the tree covered mountain behind the hostel is the University grounds. I know the road winds but ...
... school the fashion seems to be dark eyeliner and red lips. All the girls hair seems to be the same and fringes seem to be the rage. Girls take pride in their appearance and are obsessed with beauty. The same body image issues which plague our society also seems to plague the Korean Society. Difference is that they all want to be white not brown. It was not unusual to see girls with makeup bags, mirrors and combs doing their hair and makeup in class time. In fact today ...
... some chilli sauce. It was excellent. The accompanying miso soup was also excellent. I was woken up for some breakfast an hour before landing: Korean rice porridge. Think kids boiling rice until it becomes a rice soup. Do not add any seasoning at all and leave to congeal at room temperature. Surround the bowl of rice with smaller bowls of chopped spring onions, whole pickled garlics, some chopped raw chillis and finally a packet of Korean ...
... the entire population. You also felt, or I certainly did, immense pride at the British Army's exhibit and the very detailed Luxembourg display. The biggest chest-puff, however, came at the display for the New Zealand forces, who wore kilts, apparently.
Due to some unfortunate timing, I was not able to combine the War Museum with a trip to Panmunjeon - the Joint Security Area, which is a complex on the border between North and South Korea where the ...