Hotel Riviera Seoul
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... them go through, except the 3 Chinese woman trailing them. Hmm. We also attempt to storm this gate but are apologetically informed that Gyeongbokgung is closed on Tuesday... Where did everyone else go?
Since the palace was a no-go, we head to nearby Insadong, which my travel guide had described as: "there has been a concerted effort to maintain Korean culture, and the area’s small alleyways are ...
... row within their classes, are sent to training for 6 months to be retrained. This is frowned upon and this teacher is considered incompetent.
Most Korean teachers have their Master’s Degree and/or further training.
Education is feminized which is an international concern.
How do we attract more males and make more attractive to high achievers and males?
However, even though females dominate the education system only 13% of 60% ...
... set! With just the 2 of us, we opted for the medium size (actually, there were only large and medium to choose from), it set us back for 25,000 won, and the set included kim chi, raddish, garlic, sauces, etc... After watching the Running Man, we learnt that we had to put everything on the lettuce, and then eat the whole thing in one mouthful. That was the way how Koreans believed it tasted the best. I had to agree with them!
... able to find the subway or the bus, but she was really helpful. One of the main reasons I wanted to go to Korea was so I could get to know the people. Meeting my friend and others in Korea gave me more respect for their culture and also helped me to learn about a culture that most people don't know much about besides the Korean War.
My friend really helped me with learning about cultural spots, social spots, and even traditions. I ...
... Braai Republic.
After lunch, 3 more friends arrived in Seoul. Elizabeth, Gordon, and Michael. They too would be staying at our hostel- we were slowly taking over.
On Friday, while the boys went off to "climb a mountain" (which ended up being closed... and in turn they sat around and drank) us girls went off for some shopping. Because what better thing is there to do in a city like Seoul than to shop at 3 H&M's and a ...