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... exhibition which is located in the lower level of the World Cup soccer stadium. The museum has a collection of traditional Korean dolls made of paper. Each doll is made uniquely with different expression. This is a very interesting place to visit but I wish it has more explanation on the process and the artistry design of making all these dolls.
Mrs. Kang, another Mizzou alumni came to our hotel and took us to eat Shabu Shabu - Jeju's ...
... haenyeo', Jeju's famous women divers who hunt for abalone, sea cucumbers, sea urchins and the like, without the use of scuba equipment and holding their breath for up to two minutes. A bunch of older women were on the rocks hunched over large plastic bowls full of sea water containing various live seafood. I thought to myself that they must be haenyeo, who would go to the effort of hauling massive bowls with live sea creatures down those stairs? But I did not see any diving gear, ...
... to clothes to pet turtles to live puppies bred for soup that you pay for by weight.
We even found a little thrift store that doesn't condemn gay people to death. (too soon?)
...And that was our week!
Honourable food mention: Honey bread: Basically, it's 2 thick slices of fresh baked bread that is lightly toasted and buttered then drizzled with caramel or honey, served with a bowl of real whipped cream. It's between $3 - $6 and serves 2. Deeeelicious!
... opportunities to photograph some of the stunning rock formations, stalactites and stalagmites.
As we emerged back into the scorching heat, we realised that we needed to get moving in order to have time to eat a final lunch together, before Neil and Jess headed off to Jeju City airport.
Later that day, we had checked into our hotel in Jeju City and decided to get a taxi over to Iho Beach to watch the sunset. We strolled along ...
... off to see the falls and the heavens opened again. We ran to another shelter and then decided we would find a taxi to take us to the village for something to eat. But then we spied the path down to the village and, braving the drizzle, headed off again. At the bottom of the hill we found the sign for Food Street and stopped at a fish restaurant where we were the only customers. The owner spoke a little English so we ordered some grilled flatfish, ...