Yeosu Expo:International Pavilion B - Ground Floor

Trip Start May 12, 2012
Trip End Aug 12, 2012

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Flag of Korea Rep.  , Jeollanam-do,
Saturday, June 16, 2012

International Pavilion B Ground Floor housed Belgium, Kazakhstan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lithuania, Argentina, Italy, Netherlands, France, Mexico


Colourfullly lit up on the outside with neon lights. 

Inside was a spinning exhibition of the Atomium and other landmarks. 

There was a chocolate sculpture and boxes of Belgian chocolates for purchase





See seperate entry 


Had a lot of traditional carvings and other handcrafts




A rather interesting pavilion. 

The first glass hall houses different exhibits. Second there is a darkly lit blue neon light chamber. Finally a green jungle type room





It was gold coloured inside with things under the glass floor. 

There was a bar by the entrance 

Here is a more detailed write up from one of the other bloggers 


When I went it was just a funky two level blue coloured interior with a bar at the front. 

However I found out later from one of the other bloggers there were dance performances taking place. 


I had to rush thru this due to time

There is uniformed Italian Officer at the entrance. 

They talk about their history with the ocean as a seafaring nation of explorers. 

There is a movie theatre which I skipped with another uniformed officer outside. 

Finally a giftshop





The Netherlands

The inside filled with dutch masterpieces hanging in rows of various frame sizes from floor to ceiling.

Then there is gift shop with Dutch themed items



There are korean women outside in traditional white frilly dresses who have tricolor markers to paint the mexican flag on your cheek or hand. 

You then enter an auditorium with the giant word Mexico atop a water curtain that falls from below. The water then stops so the movie can play on the screen behind

It begins by illuminating each of the letters of the country name above with different images. The main movie then shows historical aztec temples and tourist sights.     


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