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... that I would definitely visit again. It's slightly more rough around the edges than Japan but I don't think that's a bad thing. I have to say I love the food here too, hot and spicy, just how I like it! It's hard to pick a highlight because I've really enjoyed every place I've visited but I think the scenery on Jeju Island plus my lovely guest house there made it one of my fave experiences. Sokcho was ...
... China for about six years, so I can practice Chinese and Korean with her. The bad thing is that the communication that actually happens is through a crazy mixture of all three languages, which is bad practice all around. I'm thinking of asking her if we can establish a schedule, like Monday: Chinese, Tuesday: English, Wednesday: mostly Korean with some English, etc. Like I mentioned when I was in China, though, it's very awkward to communicate with someone in a foreign language ...
... I heard the view is awesome there. The area is covered in these locks covered in messages that couples make; it's supposed to be a superstition that makes your future together will be longer and happier... just one of the many cheesy couple activities they have here in Korea.
Anyway, after Namsan we went to Namdaemun and walked around the market, which is exactly like the markets in China in the sense that you can buy lots of weird, cheap, poor quality ...
After my second night in Seoul, I was beginning to get comfortable with the place. I decided to see if the Starbucks served the same kind of coffee, since there was one nearby. They did. I should have tried another Seoul coffee shop, but there's really no harm in getting good old Starbucks. Hongdae was an easy area to get acquainted to. However, I needed to be able to conquer the subway if I wanted to go anywhere outside of Hongdae. After leaving ...
... people spoke English. We had to carry my luggage up several flights of stairs to get out of the subway, and then thankfully Elio met us on the street to help get luggage to his apartment. He lives very close to the subway but the street…or path…to his place is winding and confusing. It’s easy to get lost. I was shocked at how close and packed together the apartments and buildings were. In the US, if I was on a path like this, it would be in a very dangerous ...
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