The Shilla Seoul
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May is the Buddha's birthday. The Koreans celebrate by hanging paper lanterns until their wishes come true. I wish I could have witnessed such an event. Unfortunately, not many festivals take place in June. The famous Korean mud festival takes place in July. July also marks the monsoon season.
There are 3 main religions in Korea-Buddhism, Protestant and catholic. Surprisingly, half the population are atheists. Many Buddhists follow Confucian beliefs, which include ...
... was that it tasted like milk more than ice. Smooth, yet cold. And with the peanut powder and condensed milk on top, it compliment each other so well. Pity there were only 3 pieces of the chewy rice cake in the bowl, I wished they had more... As for the French toast, not too sweet, crunchy at the right place, it was delicious. It was hard to understand how the Korean didn't get fat with all these good food around.
Even though I was shaking and nervous to go down, everything went fine. I was super glad to be alive at the end. It then took us about another hour and a half to make our way down the stone stairs through the forest and back to the trail head. Followed by the hour long walk back to the metro. So much walking.
Back in our area of Seoul we decided to grab dinner before heading back to the hotel. We searched around some different stalls, got a 'Korean ...
The meeting went to plan and we offered a wider range of products and services they asked for price down, we both left feeling it would be ok.
As is traditional after a morning meeting we went for lunch at a Korean restaurant, I really don’t know how these sales guys are not enormous. This one was a remarkably blue house on a dirt track next to a motorway painted top to toe in iridescent blue. We went in and immediately had to take ...
A koreai dinnye éppen olyan finom, mint a magyar. Csak könnyebb hazacipelni a zölségesnél készenlétben tartott, koreai gyártmányú "dinnyecipelővel" :-)
The watermelon in Korea is just as tasty, as in Hungary. But it's easier to carry it home with the "watermelon-carrier" made in Korea ...