Onyang Hot Spring Hotel
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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 ...
... that you see on medical dramas! The doc marked my leg first and positioned me before he ever put on his gloves. Only one of the assistants put on scrub-like gear. And here's the kicker, they didn't make me wear a hospital gown (just one of their skirts), nor did they take away my cell phone! It's a good thing that I couldn't get wifi in there, or I would have been posting during the entire procedure. It was the most boring and uncomfortable 2 hours that I've endured in a ...
... partying, there were hours of night left. We played darts and foosball and were eager to greet new people as they came in off the street. The hours wore on, but the party was not stopping, Korea has no bar time so Dolce would stay open for as long as we were there spending our money. Around 5:30 I had officially met my limit in being awake and I was more than ready to go. I said my goodbyes to the protests of my friends, and started to make my way to the ...
... going to bed for hours yet, but it wasn't really all that late. I sat, staring blankly at the TV as it flickered some Korean show and tried to appear entertained. I counted down the minutes until I could excuse myself. At what point can I leave without it seeming strange that I am going. I didn't want to cause a stir or seem ungrateful. I was thinking about planning my escape when they ordered sushi and more soju.
I couldn't really leave just as the food arrived so ...
... br> The village was a great place for a stroll. Although the fact that it was still inhabited meant the occasional car honking to get clueless visitors (myself included on occasion) to move out of the way, it was nice to think of the area as a living village and not just a shell mocked-up for the tourists.
The one negative from today wasn't actually the fault of the village. There were quite a few Koreans who had the same idea as me to enjoy the fall ...