Somerset Palace Seoul
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visited the palace with a free english speaking tours (at specific times). must try the coffee at club expresso at buamdong..fantastic.. from the house, we can see the walls separating north and south korea.
short walking distance to insadong, 5mins. went to tea museum. had a black tea. took the shuttle bus by the hotel to namdaemum market..pasar like until afternoon..tons of stuffs..many jackets..
Dear friends and family, I'm going to try to recall what we did in Korea. We did so many things that it started running together. At first I want to share my impression on Korea. It is a very friendly country and Korean people likes for us to use their language even with very limited vocabularies. They all smile every time I say, "Anyon Haseyo" …
We were on our coach in the morning to Haeinsa Temple about 2 hours drive. This temple was established in A.D. 802 and has a number of art treasures in more than 90 buildings. But what really distinguishes this temple is the collection of more than 80,000 wooden printing blocks which compose the most complete collection of the Buddhist Canon to be …
... are Korean bathhouses. For a cheap price you can bathe in many different pools, get a massage, relax and read a book, grab a matt and take a little nap, have a cup of tea, and some even have theatre rooms, for up to 16 hours. These Jinjabongs are located ALL over the place. We have one right in our neighborhood. Warm baths and relaxation heaven will be just what I need to keep me sane during the cold winter months. When I have my first ...
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