Savoy Hotel Seoul
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... and ended up at Gwanghamun Citizen’s Square. I managed to catch a KPop girl band and a heavy rock band which seemed very popular. Everybody was so behaved, seated in their respective chairs until the latter came on, and everybody was on their feet, fists pumping in the air! In the background, was a film projection of moments in the history of South Korea. I don’t understand a single word, but the vibe of pride was palpable, I ...
... a scenery, with the snow falling on the mountains, while we slowly prepared and drank smokey green tea, with Korean (deep fried) cookies.
Once we finished up with tea preparation and drinking, we were introduced to our buddies who were sitting in the cafe giggling at us. Apparently nobody ever does the traditional tea ceremony or wears hanboks to drink tea anymore. Anyway, we chatted to our buddies for a couple hours, getting to know them and what they do and ...
Első alkalommal volt érkezésem a magyarországi Wonkwangsa zen templom apátjának beszédét élőben meghallgatni koreai földön - ráadásul Cheong An szunim ma első alkalommal koreai nyelven tartott előadást! Az apró kis Okcheonam templom (옥천암) sziklába faragott fehér buddhája lenyűgöző látvány. ...
... and hundreds of kites all lined up single file ascending up to the heavens. You could see where it started but it's end was obscured by distance. Being in such a tense place with so much military and sorrow (there are also tens of thousands of ribbons with messages from South Koreans to North Koreans that they will probably never see,sending them love and praying for the unification of Korea) and seeing this impossibly massive kite was ...
... and was burned down by the various rulers that tried to take over Korea , what stands today is what remains. The last prince and princess were married off to the Japanese empire so there is no longer a royal dynasty on Korea, just this simple beautiful palace. They had it down right, the entire palace ground and buildings are built On top of a stone furnace system to keep the floors and rooms warm. The hardwood floors are from a century ago but look like ...