Oakwood Premier Coex Center
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... all come together to drink, listen to hardhouse and D&B, and watch the people breakdance. When clubbing, I had a lovely young Korean guy approach me for a dance, and so we dance together for a while. When one of the guys from the hostel came up to me to tell me something however, the Korean guy and his friend made a gesture that implied that this guy was taller than the guy I was dancing with, and disappeared soon after. The only conclusion I ...
... fast as they appeared. But inhabitants are a rare phenomenon here. They shun the intruders, only deliverymen and paper and carton collectors are in sight. What you see of them is the result of their gardening: pumpkins and gourds hanging from fences and strings over a terrace, small plots and tanks with vegetables, red peppers drying on sheets in the streets, trimmed pine trees and bamboo bushes.
... that do not speak the same language as me. Needless to say, I had a slight thought of, "Hmmmm what have I just done?" But after jumping right into the fun (or should I say work), I once again remembered why I decided to hop on that flying carpet of mine and take a ride across the world.
We have been going non-stop, meetings, orientations, prepping my classroom, lectures, faculty gatherings...However, I think it is probably best for me to stay ...
I found a coffee shop in Ilsan that I love. I'm not sure if I mentioned it earlier, but there are a ridiculous amount of coffee shops in Seoul, each more expensive than the last. Most of them are huge--as in, several floors--but the area where I'm writing from now is full of small, quiet ones. Even if I have to pay $7, it's worth it since I can sit in here for four or five hours and seem to get piles of work done every time.
I haven't written for almost the ...
... Green grass), the Mugunghwa (Rose of Sharon) Valley, and the Seven Palaces.
We managed to observe the change of guards while we were at the palace.
Next comes the interesting part of the tour....kimchi making :). It's quite simple really & very tasty.
Before lunch we had a quick stop at Cheonggyechoen. Cheonggyecheon is an 11 km long modern stream that runs through downtown Seoul. Created as part of ...