The-K Hotel Seoul
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- Banquet room
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... want go over to the first day in Seoul…
Occupying in the hotel which called "My place" was the first thing that I did on the first day in Seoul. The thing that impressed me in Korean people is politeness. All people that I saw and communicate with were so polite and they always answer with smile on their faces when I have questions.
Visiting old buddy temple which called Jogyesa was the ...
... oil and tube of paste to the side.
Now for my first attempt at eating with stainless steel chopsticks. I'm pretty OK with wooden ones although I do chase the last morsels around the plate but stainless steel chopsticks are trickier to my mind. Surprisingly to me the food didn't slip away from the smooth surface but my fingers did; keeping a grip is decidedly tricky so I just use a white-knuckle technique and gripped for dear life. ...
... lol. I ended up realizing that I ordered the shrimp pajeon (green onion fried pancake). It was huge and delicious. The mageekoli came with crackers, which I ate with chopsticks. I wasn't sure if you could eat then with your hands or not, but pretty sure that the staff was laughing at me. I don't know what kind of mageekoli I had, but it tasted better than I thought. Really, how could I not like wine? We went to Phillies again since my aunt had been so kind to ...
... of a kind products made in Korea. We spent the afternoon walking through the streets, checking out the artwork. We found an outdoor mall three levels high in a kind of spiral formation filled with stores selling unique products made in Korea at fair trade pricing. There were leather products, cell phone cases, clothing, pottery and bath products. There were even stores where you could make your own soap or paint your own tea set. It was the type of place that screamed creativity and ...
... timed attack off the final bend, she
showed a confidence and tactical maturity that some athletes never achieve
in a lifetime.
“She already has an amazing repertoire,” said her coach, Rob Denmark, who won
Commonwealth 5,000m gold in 1994 and competed at two Olympics.
“I don’t think anyone thought she could so what she did in Birmingham when she
came through. No one has ever seen ...