Novotel Ambassador Doksan, Seoul
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I honestly cannot believe that in 1 week I will be exploring the mountains of Taiwan and when I return it will be the end of September. Where is the time going??? I have one more week of school until a week long break, Chuseok. Chuseok is a Korean Holiday in celebration of the great harvest. I will be heading to Taiwan with a couple of friends during this time. Although I have been to Taiwan before, I spent most of my time in Taipei, the capital city. This time around ...
... assumptions). Anyway, I’m getting sidetracked. My point is that while discriminated against in some ways, Americans undeniably enjoy preferential treatment in East Asia. There’s an unwritten, unspoken of cultural hierarchy: you can make people around you nervous just by speaking English (everyone has to speak our language fluently or else they should be embarrassed, right??). Being “American” functions as a kind of protective shield as ...
... they were promoting, I thought it was a little weird to take this very non-controversial calm and happiness message and package it as Buddhism, especially when presenting it to foreigners, many of whom have had very little contact with or background in Buddhism. Still, I enjoyed the vegetarian lunch in the temple and was glad that wasting food wasn’t allowed. ^^
In the afternoon we visited Gyeongbuk Palace. Even though most of it is ...
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Yesterday I got a very expensice ticket for the the concert of Richard Clayderman in Seoul. I thought I'll have the chance to listen to a phantastic accoustic concert, but instead ...
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