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... not a noise in the classroom).
As it is after exams most students don't care about school work or marks. This teacher engages students and entices them by telling students that the group who wins will get bonus and plus points added to their scores for next semester.
Students only share work when they have finished individually. When I asked the teacher about this she says they work individually because the answers are written in the text book, ...
... the 3rd infiltration tunnel. Apparently North Korea began digging tunnels under the DMZ at the same time that the South and the North first launched peace talks in 1974. It was believed that one tunnel would be more effective than 10 atomic bombs and would be the best means to overwhelm the heavily fortified front. The 3rd infiltration tunnel was discovered in 1978 and is only 44 kilometers from Seoul (less than an hour's drive). The 1.635 kilometer-long tunnel is 1.95 meters ...
... at the Hyatt Regency just outside the airport so it was about an hour into the city so we decided just to freshen up and have a walk around the Hyatt.
We found a little bar and had a drink before dinner, then went into the restaurant for an incredible smorgasbord of every cuisine you can imagine. Warrick and I decided that while in Korea we should eat Korean so we did; marinated Ray, Pork neck stew, spicy ...
... great frustration, was not part of the tour as expected. The nearby army base at Camp Bonifas is named after one of these guys.
The whole area around the long gone village of Panmunjom is known as the Joint Security Area. It is a very interesting and crazy place to see...The 4-member committee of neutral country military observers is now down to just two, the Swiss and Swedish officers, as the Czech and Polish ones were rejected by ...
... of its call getting quieter and quieter.
I feel the same way about the mountains, but maybe I panic a little less with the silent knowledge that wherever I find a job in nine months--hopefully in China or Taiwan--will probably also be surrounded by mountains.
That's not to say I wasn't sad to leave anything else. It startled me how fast friendships seemed to build in Seoul. Maybe it was because we were all alone, or ...