Pullman Ambassador Changwon
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... This was possibly to avoid water resistance, assistance in construction, and to break the speed of descending vehicles.
The tunnel is lined with painted steel supports at regular intervals. Further into the actual tunnel there is a wall photo exhibit of the other touristic features of the City of Tongyeong ...
... line to the tomb.
Again you can only view the inside of the shrine hall from the outside. Coincidently it was to be Admiral Lee's birthday the next day on Apr 29.
There were also costumes for hire for ...
... I had two with him, he talked at me in Korea a lot, translator nervously laughed every other sentence and then we headed back to the jimjilbang or stumbled back in his case, he was swiftly kicked out and now finally sleep time was upon us, thank the Lord. I lay my little mattress down, hit the hey and then the couple within our party who do not feel comfortable in the jimjilbang say ‘ok there is no point in being here let’s just set off now’. But, ...
Some of the things that were suprising in Korea, which I was constantly comparing to China:
- How friendly, polite and respectful people were. On the subway there are seats reserved for the disabled, elderly and pregnant and people actually don’t sit there, EVER, unless they are the disabled, elderly, or pregnant
... scrimp and sacrifice to get to Japan, for whatever dubious or misguided notions they have. Foreigners in Korea, on the other hand, seem to have no emotional ties to the country, only physical ones. Those who teach here have contracts, businessmen have meetings, several men have married Korean women and are working here. But no one of them really sounded like they like the country, much less love it. So why is that?
Maybe it’s the other side ...