Seoul Palace Hotel
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... timelines from 70,000 BC says a lot.
Gyeongbokgung Palace. Entrance was free, because of the National Day weekend. I rushed to Gwanghamun Gate got there just before 10AM. Gwangha means "the country that came about as a result of the king’s great virtues". Although another guide offers a different meaning “a gate from which all human policies reach out in all directions”. My timing was perfect for the changing of ...
... for us either. The myth of the dessert festival was busted. So, instead, we went to a bar for some drinks and dinner while we watched the unfortunate football (soccer) match between Australia and South Korea. We had nachos with not much cheese, a peperoni pizza, where they used tomato sauce (ketchup) instead of normal tomato paste, a margarita pizza which was sweet from coconut milk and syrup (and it still had a lot of cheese on top too), and an ...
... from what I've experienced ... Tv shoots run at least 2 hours behind schedule. My agent said that I will probably end up sleeping over at her apartment since the studio is an hours drive from the model apartment, and we will probably finish around 1am. Frustrating part is I don't think Tv shoots pay over time( I have emailed my vancouver agent to ask). I'm pretty sure it's just a fixed rate. At least I have a supporting role though, and not an extra. ...
Woke at 9, did laundry YAY!!! Maki came at 10:05 and we went to Paris bakery to pick up food and then to Namoo cafe where we sat for hours drinking delicious mocha and she studied, I did my elective report and backed up my iPhone photos. Met jonny for lunch, fish restaurant. Dehydrated towels. ...
... speculation, I reasoned that the only way I could overcome this obstacle was to outright accept my pretentiousness and declare it to the world. It was around this point that I started attending yoga classes, making my own wasabi mayonnaise and making sure I was seen at all the art installations, film festivals, charity campaigns and gigs that one would wish to be seen at. Those of you over my ripe age may have a secret chuckle to yourselves when ...