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... for some more kimbap. Then it was off to bed because we were meeting Ho Jun the next day!
So the next day we got up and went to meet Ho Jun at Han river. Unfortunately we were rather hungover and as a result we arrived an hour late... It was a good thing Ho Jun had brought his girlfriend Sohyun! We bought some snacks and drinks and had a picknick in the park next to the river. It was great to see each other again and we caught up while enjoying the weather. ...
Today is the last day for Exams and I have discovered a few other things which might be of interest:
I have learnt to ask the 'right' questions. I have discovered that I need to be VERY specific in my questioning to receive an answer from teachers.
Therefore I asked the following questions:
1.How are exams marked?
Exams are marked by the classroom teacher and then cross marked by another teacher. The average ...
... to the baseball stadium, at the Sports Complex stop (line 2). I got to see the gymnastics and handball arenas, along with the velodrome, on the way through, caught a tiny bit of a folk festival and then some classical outside the Olympic museum. It's small but perfectly formed, the museum, with Korea's first medallist-a marathoner, perfect-heavily featured. I also had a Korean give me his politics intro, fairly sure the Japanese were dirty, Iran, Iraq, North ...
Just as amazing as the view, though, were the other hikers on the mountain. No exaggeration: 90% of them were definitely over 40, and I'd say 50-60% of them were over 50. We even saw one guy climbing who looked like he was 70. I can't believe how in shape these people are!! That hike was challenging for me--a 21 year old runner!! When we got to the top, we were super tired, and there were tons of these Adjusshi doing what they do ...
... Peoples’ Republic of Korea. They know the North has no real nuclear capability and have heard them cry wolf too many times to take any intimidation seriously. If anything, South Koreans are more worried about the Americans getting trigger-happy and jumping the gun. But surely that wouldn’t have happened either. After all, when has the US ever gone to war over non-existent nukes?
Alright, other than that time.
Thankfully political ...