Travel Blogs from Daejeon
... never would have happened without police help. The view was so beautiful, you could see all of Daejeon at night. There were even stars visible! Haven't seen stars since the USA because its been cloudy where they would be visa me and the city is too bright on clear nights. Saturday we went downtown to get lunch and did some shopping. We also took cute photos at a photo booth place. They had hats and props to bring for the picture. What was funny was the machines were in ...
Rain rain go away... So much rain... We went to Gyeongbokgung Palace from Everland. Its supposed to be the best palace, at least in Seoul. We had an hour and a half to explore. I thought it was really cool, so many beautiful buildings. Funny to see old and new Seoul since the skyscrapers were still visible from the palace in middle of the city. http://visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_ 1_1_1.jsp?cid=264337 After the palace we had 4ish hours free time in Myeong Dong which is the ...
... because of NK. I'm not going to argue with the military's opinion. The boys were all happy to have us there too because there's so many girls. Someone said they like the American girls. One of the soldiers was talking to me too haha, he asked me if anyone in my family served in Korea and I felt bad because to my knowledge, no. Then we had the very long ride back, with only 1 stop for dinner. I had spicy seafood rawmen. Please enjoy the Attached ...
... followed and Goryeo was replaced by the Joseon Dynasty in 1388.
Entrance fee to the park was 4000w ($3.50) which includes the entire park and hiking range as well as the Temple. It was another walk thru woodlands to get to the temple though the buildings were becoming visible thru the trees.
After passing thru an outer gate it leads you to a larger inner gateway in a larger structure
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