Renaissance Seoul Hotel
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... the awesome 18th floor view I have. Although, they have a sharktank (read: large fishtank) in the lobby, so I'll put that up on the blog. On the bright side, people here are really friendly, nothing like the Chaebol companies we've heard about. Also, because we're in overseas logistics, everyone here speaks some degree of English - some more proficient than others. This makes it a lot easier to communicate and ask questions.
Regarding the work we're given here, ...
Leaving Seoul, I am struck by how much I learned here and how desperately I crave to come back to learn more. Their culture is astonishing. The more I learned, the more I was fascinated with how an entire country strives and, in many ways, succeeds, at being high-performing.
First, a little history is helpful to set the stage. Many of you reading this already know these basic historical facts, but I am embarrassed that my familiarity ...
... our next stop, and this provided everyone with the opportunity to shop, have coffee, get their nails done etc. for the afternoon. This area was lots of small alleys with retail stalls intertwined with larger retail stores like h&m, uniqlo etc. It is a unique area of coffee shops, bars, KTV, and restaurants. Almost all the kids boarded the bus with lots of bags! Kelly He led the megashopper ...
... to pick ourselves up and make some new friends, Jeff, Harriet and myself went on an organised 'frozen river hike' with a large group of ex-pats. Within ten minutes, we all heard a huge bang and the ice began to crack under our collective weight. I got off the ice quicker than you could say "frozen" and we spent the rest of the day walking along an ugly road.
... are constantly walking about the grounds. i first walked the extremely steep path to the very top to see a sunmudo demonstration. this was put on for the tourist. sweating and panting i finally made it and it was a good show. lots of precision movements and kicks and punches similar to tai chi in my opinion. I saw some of the monks and some of the students. there are a few foreigners staying here for months at a time learning the practice, along with the monks and other ...