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By Seyeong Jang
Long time ago, Heungbuand his older brother Nolbu lived in small town with their parent. They were rich and harmonious. The siblings are known for their strong friendship. However, suddenly their parent died, who leave a much legacy. Heungbuwas sad, while Nolbu wasn’t sad because he got greedy from legacy. Nolbu gave Heungbuthe gate at ...
... on the team, and they yell them all game long. Also, they cheer for the batter while they're up at the plate, awaiting pitches. It was super cheap to get in and buy food, making it much more enjoyable and reasonable than most ball game experiences at home that I can recall. I hope to see another one before I go...
Busan and Gyeongju: Thanks to the recent holiday of Buddha's Birthday, we got a rare 3-day weekend. And of course, I made the most of it by going 3 ...
... on the tarp. The best deals come from the tarp merchants....low overhead, but they are the most likely to sell you the "not-so-right" merchandise (name spelled wrong, unfinished seams, poor quality, etc.), but as long as you check your merchandise well, you can get really good deals.
One of the best know coin shops is "Song's". They had a ...
... Kaho like a visitor who just happened to know Japanese. So interesting!
We spent our first couple of days in Tokyo, but unfortunately, we got rained out. So we left early, hit the bullet train and then went back up to the family's farm. It was a huge farm with enough chickens to lay something like 82,000 eggs per day! Uncle Mike was kind enough to take us on a tour of the farm and see how things operated. There is so much that goes into getting them, cleaning, ...
... I saw when I first arrived were temple stay participants. This deduction was based on the hideously-colored and ill-fitting clothing they were wearing, standard temple stay issue in my experience from my own temple stay. Most of the other half of the visitors were hikers, also based on what they were wearing as Koreans generally take their hiking gear seriously.
I milled around the temple a bit, taking advantage of the sparse attendance to ...