Orakai Songdo Park Hotel
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Today was one of the hardest days for me. It was my last Sunday at my church. I had grown to really love and appreciate them being in my life. Although my tenure with them was short, it seemed like I had been knowing them forever. We worshiped together; that goes without saying. But we ate together, went to movies, planned baby showers, had two new baby additions to a couple of the marriage couples, etc.
With that being ...
... to the hostel around 8PM. I started feeling pretty exhausted and sick to my stomach, and Spencer felt bad too, so we scratched the plan of going out to a karaoke bar in favor of going straight to bed. We've got a super busy day coming up tomorrow with lots of walking, so I'd better get some sleep. Seoul is amazing so far, and easy to love. It is much easier to adapt to than Beijing and I have a feeling that my relationship with the city will not be love/hate, just love/love.
Now that I have your attention, I'm often asked how it is living abroad; particularly in Seoul, South Korea. Well, after living in Seoul for 6 months, I can say that the three words that sum up what it's like here in Korea, it is "partying, alcohol, and sex." If you are a person that indulges in a fast paced, lascivious lifestyle, then South Korea is the place to be! But, if you are a person that lives a more disciplined lifestyle, then the adjustment and ...
... If any of you have the chance to do it I highly recommend it, simply for the fact that there really isn’t any other place like it in the world!
I had a wonderful few days of exploration in Seoul proper as well. My first day of holidays started with Phil picking me up from my hotel and then making our way to his and Kate’s apartment. I spent the morning doing some readings for school (ugh the unfortunate part of still being in school and attempting ...
... quite grandiose.
Strolling the grounds you could visit several large memorial sculptures, as well as numerous tanks, airplanes and other vehicles from modern wars, and even a wedding hall. I can't imagine visiting a museum and thinking, "Hey, you know what? We should have our wedding here." Okay, maybe a museum inside of some old mansion, but not a war museum slash memorial to fallen soldiers and other victims of war. Continuing the dichotomy inside, ...