Yeoksam Artnouveau City I
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So, first day at work tomorrow! From what we've been told, we're not expected to do a whole not at the start I dont think. Although the Korean expectation is to work long hours, I'm unsure I will be able to stay past my 6pm finishing time. I am a bit scared of making a bad impression if I do leave earlier than the conventional 7pm finish time, but I don't think I can endure a 10 hour day right from the get go. Maybe give me a couple weeks to adapt to the ...
It had been two years since I had experienced a 'real winter' but I later regretted having been excited about its coming. Unsurprisingly, everything went more grey and bleak and cold and miserable. In some ways, Jeff and I were lucky that it was a very mild winter for South Korea, only dropping to -15C for one weekend, instead of for most of the winter. That ...
... clothing and jewelery stores.
We then had some passing rain as Seoul is in the seasonal rainbelt (we hardly get any rain in Daegu). We rested in a coffee shop and another traditional home
There are many hanok homes you can stay in the ...
On our second day we had free time until 11:45, so my roommate and I decided to get breakfast at a cafe down the street from the front gate of Ewha Women's University campus. It was close to our hostel and had a nice, calm atmosphere in the morning since it was slightly removed from the busy street leading up to the main gate - it was in a small alleyway. We were the only customers which was nice and allowed us to take our time eating as we sat at the opened doorwall - ...
... first met two years ago! :o)
We went to Dragon Hill Spa, one of the best, if not THE best, jimjilbang in Seoul. At 12,000₩ (10K weekdays) it’s a bit pricier than others, but I thought it was worth every won! The 12K gets you entrance to the communal areas, saunas and baths; any food, treatments, massages etc are extra. There are warm rooms, cold rooms, hot baths, ginseng soaks, green tea soaks, skin scrubs, salt showers, steam rooms, massages, ...