Novotel Ambassador Gangnam Seoul
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... walk which was very cold. Thank goodness for the Subway sandwich shop next door because it was the only food place open. We went to Namdaemun market which was mainly closed and had a look around. Then we headed to the nearby Lotte department store and mart at Seoul Station. Lotte is a huuuuuuuuge corporation which featured a lot in our trip to Korea, they basically own everything from theme parks to baseball teams.
Thursday (the ...
... not prepared for the massive ascent. I finally make it to the main entrance area to Bukchon Folk Village 1.5 hours after I leave. In Korea short cuts are not really that short!! Should've walked the regular way, it would have only taken me 30 minutes. With the roof tops poking over huge walled courtyards and high end cars cradled in the garages below I realize this must be a very affluent neighborhood. Unfortunately turning the area into a conservation area must have been ...
... that this is such a huge issue that shops will not sell makeup to any child under 15 years old. This is the K-Pop phenomenon which has created this obsession with how teenagers look.
Staff briefing in the morning.
The higher up the teacher the deeper other teachers bow to them. Much respect for their elders and also teachers in a position of responsibility.
Classrooms are setup like Australian rooms. With desks in rooms ...
... Roast Seaweed'. I think I must have looked slightly lost (if not intimidated) as I glanced at each bowl in turn over 3 clockwise cycles, not quite sure where to start and dreading being handed some chopsticks - we only had an hour left ! A stewardess arrived and we bowed to each other twice. To be honest, I wasn't quite sure how many times one bows at breakfast but two seemed about right. She set about my rice porridge mixing all of ...
... ish) cease fire agreement and current border restrictions were signed. The JSA is still used for negotiations between the two countries, and is controlled by guards from both sides. I did, however, go on a tour of the Demilitarised Zone, a four kilometre buffer along the border designed to stop a surprise land attack from either side (the North).
As you'd expect, the area is heavily guarded, and your time is limited to only two-and-a-half hours, which, ...