Ramada Seoul Hotel
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So, back to university today! Day one of learning Korean. Today was largely learning Hangeul (한글). We started at 10, and went close to an hour with admin stuff, like what to expect, and what we will cover, as well as interactions with our buddies who were assigned to us later in the day. I'm sorta familiar with Hangeul now, but my reading speed is still incredibly slow. For example, I was looking over someones shoulder as they were reading on the subway, and I managed ...
... carry on!
Thursday Jim was scheduled to video 4 talks for the Assembly run TV station. The translator again provided ties for Jim to change for each session and they sweated it out under the studio lights, the translator working hard to get the correct meaning as Jim preached two sessions and then explained the purpose and use of Emmaus courses for two sessions.
Friday morning we met with the Emmaus team ...
... slumber the line was growing and they hadn't taken their place in it.. They were quite pleasant as they politely refused skipping ahead as those in the line offered up their places as they could see the couple struggling to contain ever increasing mouthful of white toothpaste foam.. The lady decided to take the offer and in she went, leaving the gent in line.. I watched him as he glanced at his clear plastic cup on his tray table. I am thinking to myself 'don't do it ...
... seemed like the obvious choice. We were a little anxious about ordering because it seemed like a very local place, and no one was speaking english. Luckily, the waitress knew the meat options in English and that was all we really needed to say and she brought everything else out. It was probably the best thing we at in Seoul, perfect way to end this food journey.
Had to get to bed early post a delicious meal so we could get up early to head back to the airport and on to Taiwan! ...
After the delicious hot breakfast our tour guide took us to the subway so that we could go see the Han river before heading to the grand palace. The temp was 36 f when we started in the am it had dropped to 30f by 10 am. No wonder Koreans eat hot rice and food. They also eat rice 3 times a day. And my kinda rice too :) sticky and white in a little bowl. Koreans are one of the sophisticated Asian countries and closer to the Japanese culture than any other ...