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... North and South Korea were very good and so it was decided to reconnect the train lines thus connecting South Korea with the rest of Asia. A large and impressive train station was therefore built at the foot of the Dorasan Mountain. It is very shiny and well equipped with plenty of capacity for the trains that would maybe be a first stage to the reunification of Korea but North Korea withdrew from the agreement when the leadership changed. The train station ...
... headed into the madness that is Gangnam.
Following in Psy’s footsteps we were off to do it Gangnam Style. Whilst I am all too familiar with the horsey dance and the song I don’t know what Gangnam Style is but for us this meant visiting a dog café. Yup, just like the cat café, this was a café filled with dogs. Small dogs, big dogs, huge dogs, dogs that can dance, dogs that can drive cars and dogs that can ride skateboards. It was not quite ...
... park area are grand on a non-bragging scale.
Passing by Gangnam, I made my way to the Jamsil area in Southeast Seoul. A farewell dinner of sorts, with Cholong and some friends of hers. Traditional Korean barbecue, where they fry it up at a hot stone slab in the middle of the table, was enjoyed along with conversations in somewhat broken English. I believe I tried all that was put to the fire, including the mystery intestines and the pigskin, and ...
... Not to mention so much yummy Korean food!!
Today was a very neat day, together we did a tour of the DMZ (this is the De-Militarized Zone between North and South Korea). We got to learn a lot about the Korean war, got to see the entire North Korean border from a view point within the DMZ (we were shown which towns were real and which ones were fake - North Korea has some fake tourist ...
... interesting seeing the presentations on areas we had already been and exciting too to see the sites we are to see later in the trip. All of the students spoke impeccable English and many of them had studied abroad in an English speaking country or were born and raised in America or Canada. The campus was pristine and new and still hasn't been finished, but the campus is far-removed from Seoul's downtown and it took us an hour by bus to reach it from Yonsei's main ...