Orakai Songdo Park Hotel
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... some time.
By a strange quirk of fate, The Wolfhound Pub, a recommended Irish pub was just happened to be further along in the same alley, so I ended up having a pub dinner and watching the baseball in TV instead. The Wolfhound even had Magners, albeit at a ridiculously expensive price, it was also holding its Gay Pride Night that evening, the two facts are not related. The Wolfhound can’t be classed as a genuine Irish pub as it didn’t have ...
... the candle lighting, cake cutting and mingling with the guests.
A note about the cake: NO ONE EATS THE WEDDING CAKE!
I am pretty sure that only one layer is actual cake since what the guests get for dessert is certainly not similar to the wedding cake that sits on the stage during the ceremony before being cut.
10. The final outfit is a very elaborate Korean dress from head to toe. Very similar to the formal dress seen on Korean dolls (if you ...
... National Museum. There were a lot of really old pots and things. Love it.
Then, we went to Itaewon, which is another shopping place, but not for long.
Next, we had 30 minutes to take in a traditional village, sort of like they have in Jeonju, but I thought it wasn't as good.
The sun was setting so we headed off to the big palace, Changdeokgung ...
... in English, can be a good thing.
The "Giggle' Stare
Occurs mainly in high school girls or young groups of boys. They giggle as you walk by them and they stare, until you give them a dirtly look for being rude. Can be accompany by pointing and talking about you in Korean.
The "Pervert" Stare
Occurs only in men. They stare you up and down with this look that screams "I'm a Creepy Pervert". It can not ...
... style="line-height: 17px; color: rgb(42, 42, 42); font-family: 'Segoe UI', Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; ">Attached are photos from last weekend : - It was our Song & Chant Festival, basically our summer concert, I taught one class the do-re-mi song and old macdonald had a farm, another class who stole the cookies from the cookie jar and the farmer in the den, and my other class Sally the Camel and a chant called yummy-yummy.