Hotel Riviera Seoul
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... headed into the madness that is Gangnam.
Following in Psy’s footsteps we were off to do it Gangnam Style. Whilst I am all too familiar with the horsey dance and the song I don’t know what Gangnam Style is but for us this meant visiting a dog café. Yup, just like the cat café, this was a café filled with dogs. Small dogs, big dogs, huge dogs, dogs that can dance, dogs that can drive cars and dogs that can ride skateboards. It was not quite ...
... as 98 percent of students attend university within 5 years after secondary school.
There is also a dark side to all of this. In the weeks leading up to the national college entrance exam (which can only be taken once), billboards and subway advertisements plead with teenagers to resist any suicidal urges.
I was only there for a few days and I already feel like I was educated. What an impressive country. I can’t wait to go ...
... so we kept walking through the market to try to find some places we haven't seen before. And boy, were we surprised. After several visits to this market and walking up and down these alleys, somehow we had managed to miss a giant indoor store filled with nothing but designer handbags. Within this store, it looked like dozens of sellers had set up their own pop-up shop selling handbags like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada and D&G. We can't exactly say whether they were authentic or ...
Ma volt Gihae barátnőm templomi esküvője, amit természetesen nem hagyhattam ki! Nagyon szépek voltak, megható volt. A vőlegény aztán kétszer is bakizott az eskütétel során, ami emlékezetesen derűssé tette a ceremóniát! :-) Sok boldogságot kívánok!!
I got an ...
... anything about it because after all, that is a buck that they would lose. Then, another expat posted that the problem is bigger than many people think. There are native English speakers living here in Korea who are hired for the express purpose of writing A+ essays for students here and when they enter Ivy League universities in America. Ridiculous right! I've attached an article about the SAT scandal here in Korea. Also, here's my ...