Whikyung-Dong Co-Op Residence
Travel Blogs from Seoul
... section complete worn through to the plastic and a very foul odor. Goodbye shoes, you were a good pair *sniff sniff*.
# of countries: 40
# of cities: 82
# of bus rides: 20
# of taxis: ...
... Step 1: plug the tub
Step 2: add dirty clothes
Step 3: fill tub (either hot or cold will work)
Step 4: add detergent
Step 5: turn on jets (This is the fun part. Just make sure the water level is above the jets, or you'll be wet!)
Step 6: drain tub and rinse clothes thoroughly
Step 7: hang clothes to dry (be patient, this could take a day or so)
Total cost: $2.50 for soap!
... there wouldn't have been time to take all of the pictures my friends and I took during the winter tour.
One interesting thing about this tour group was that the USO crowd skewed much older. The tour I did last time was mainly English teachers in their 20's and 30's that seemed to be more curious about North Korea than the DMZ itself. Today's tour had a few of those people, but probably had an average age of late 30's or 40's, and contained several families with ...
... track. Can you imagine having to walk up an uphill track for about 2 km?! (It was probably lesser than 2 km but I felt like it was longer than that). Only Vanessa was very energetic, Danny and I almost dropped dead. Danny, being the smoker he was, lighted up a stick while trekking and got reprimanded by an ahjumma. She said something in Korean which we did not understand at all, but looking at her stern face and pointing fingers, oh and ...
... t always there, but they were today. The cafe was in the basement floor of the strip mall-type building that runs along the main road from exit 9 of Hongdae station to the gate of Hongik University. It was at the very end, farthest from the station. We also noted that the Auntie Anne's that used to be there was now gone. I'll post a map.
After almost an hour and a half at the cafe, we said good-bye to the sheep and headed a few blocks over to the Santorini Seoul Trick Eye ...