Novotel Ambassador Doksan, Seoul
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... at a desk until retirement (sounds awfully boring), or picking a graduate degree, and paying for it on my own... but what a waste of money if I'm unsure about what to do?
I thought of those who take a year off to travel and thought, yeah that's cool and all but I can't not have an income for a whole year! Then, I thought, why don't I just look for positions to work abroad? Now, if you recall from my last blog, when I studied abroad in Italy, I had an ...
... headed into the madness that is Gangnam.
Following in Psy’s footsteps we were off to do it Gangnam Style. Whilst I am all too familiar with the horsey dance and the song I don’t know what Gangnam Style is but for us this meant visiting a dog café. Yup, just like the cat café, this was a café filled with dogs. Small dogs, big dogs, huge dogs, dogs that can dance, dogs that can drive cars and dogs that can ride skateboards. It was not quite ...
... Anyways, it was a long shooting, just me modelling. Ended up leaving the studio at 12:30, getting home at 1:30am. The next day I was booked to do the same, but starting at 6am, and acting as a mother to a 7 year old daughter, with my hubby along my side. I did not end up sleeping one second, I had too much on my mind(mostly excited to get back to van!!!!). Samsung clients were extremely ...
... It even have modern physical exercise equipment along the road in the park. I wish Vietnam has that.
Ok, keep going. We could see the golden beautiful building from far away ( cuz it's the tallest building in Seoul ^^) and we just needed to follow the direction. We made the way to that 63 without asking anyone. We are so so smart ;) When we came there, only the three first floor look like the entertainment place. I guess the rest floor are ...
... in just two buildings. They enlarged the shrine, of course. That's just common sense. As they added more tablets, they built wings onto the shrine, right? Wrong. Don't be silly, of course they disassembled the eastern portion of the shrine each time and added the extra space in the middle. I assume... because... umm... geomancy?
Jeongjeon was the first of the two main buildings constructed. Eventually they decided that hall was long enough and built Yeongnyeongjeon to ...