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In seoul South Korea (or the korean republic) houses are typically appartments in 10 to 30 ft highrises although in some cities they're much larger, sometimes up to 100 stories tall! The appartments are usually rather large with a kitchen, livingroom, two or three bedrooms, a bathroom, and sometimes even a small balcony.
South Korea is …
We had only just arrived in Seoul when a woman on the Metro came up to us.
"Beuuuu-ti-fool! Beuuuu-ti-fool!" she cried, gesturing at my face and addressing the crowds at large. After I'd recovered myself, I said to Per, "I think I'm going to like this place."
And surely we did. This woman was just the first of many lovely people …
So I am already really slack in posting anything to this site, this is my 5th day here and up until Wednesday afternoon didn't have a reliable internet connection to use. But I finally have time to sit down & write about the week so far!
After leaving Adelaide on Saturday I spent a few hours overnight in Sydney (enough time to get to …
Brisbane International Airport: Upon arrival after a wet and stormy night, the day turned out to be a sunny day. With the storms threatening in the morning, I was wondering if it may delay the departure from Brisbane to Incheon Airport, however all is good. My second visit to the Brisbane International Airport, there appears to have some …
My first hike in Korea was a success! I took the subway for about 20 minutes to the Yongmasan stop. After searching for the trailhead for about 30 minutes, I found a Korean woman named Shin, who was able to show me the way. She spoke very little English and I spoke even less Korean, but we managed to chat for about half of the hike.
The hike went straight up the mountain; not many switchbacks in Korea! When it gets too steep, they ...
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