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All day at Dragon Hill Spa

I spent a crazy amount of time at the huge Dragon Hill Spa near Yongsan station and then went to catch my flight at around 10 p.m. It was cancelled but they got us all hotel rooms and I was put on a direct flight home in the morning, rather than the original terrible connection I was supposed to take. So it worked out good in the end.

Incheon Airtel

Incheon Airtel


Dragon hill Spa

Dragon hill Spa


Waiting patiently for our hotel

Waiting patiently for our hotel


Incheon Airtel

Incheon Airtel

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Seoul for the weekend

We went to Seoul for the weekend because I wanted to get a royal banquet, which I missed out on all year long because no one would ever go with me. They cost upwards of $60 so I guess that's why.

We randomly found this horrible hotel, the door to the room opened into the bathroom and THEN the room. I wish I took a picture it was ridiculous. There also wasn't a sink. Oh well, the old lady that ran it was nice though. She always wanted to know what we were doing and where we were from etc. etc.

On Saturday we tried to go to the zoo but didn't make it because it was closed for bird flu reasons. Seemed a little excessive but those are the facts.

We ended up at the contemporary art gallery that is not far away. It was good, but a little bit empty feeling. It was ginormous but there wasn't a whole lot of art in it. What was there was pretty good though. Then we went to the science museum, which Dave really liked and I tried hard not to complain about. The insectorium was supposed to have butterflies in it, but we only saw two of them. I really liked the thing that showed how the earth moves in landslides (see video).

Then for dinner we went for the royal buffet thingy at Korea House. They put us in the back in a dingy room, but it was still really good anyway.

Dave vs. royal buffet

Dave vs. royal buffet


Dave vs. dalkgalbi

Dave vs. dalkgalbi


Zoo's closed

Zoo's closed


Me on elephant shaped trolley

Me on elephant shaped trolley


Big TV pagoda

Big TV pagoda


Me at art gallery

Me at art gallery


Me at science museum

Me at science museum


My favourite dinosaur

My favourite dinosaur


Tesla coil

Tesla coil


Green!

Green!


Green again!

Green again!


What's in the soup?

What's in the soup?


Me vs. nine section dish

Me vs. nine section dish


Yummmm

Yummmm


Something in my braces UGH

Something in my braces UGH

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I went to Korea?

I got an extra weekend off after I bought my ticket to go home to Canada. When I called the airline, they said it would cost me $500 to either change the day to go home, or I could go to Korea for the same price.

I missed Dave so I asked if he would help me pay for hotels if I did that. He said yeah, and that's how it went.

I visited old friends in Iksan as well, but didn't take any pictures. I did take a picture of the nice hotel in Gunsan I stayed at.

Dream Ville

Dream Ville


Dream Ville

Dream Ville


Dream Ville

Dream Ville


Dream Ville

Dream Ville

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Random festival in the country

Kari took me in her car with her son Max to see Mongtooth play. We had some good chats on the way to the farm. It was a little tough finding the place, but when we did we settled in with Dave's chimichangas for lunch, and then swam in a pool and danced around to her husband's band. It felt like we were totally ballin' hanging out by the pool with a rock band playing for the party guests. It was like a rap video, minus the models in bikinis and replaced with Korean children on inner tubes.

It was a nice relaxing day.

Me vs. yurt

Me vs. yurt


Me vs. soju yogurt drink

Me vs. soju yogurt drink


In the pool with the band

In the pool with the band


Mongtooth

Mongtooth


The "Green BBQ Beer" fest

The "Green BBQ Beer" fest


Me vs. Mongtooth

Me vs. Mongtooth


A table full of food

A table full of food

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Anmyeondo

I slept over in Anmyeon and went to Kkotji beach in the morning. It was cloudy again and the waves were rough, but the beach was ginormous. The tide was out so it stretched to at least 200 meters to the water. I walked the length of the beach, maybe 2 km? The guidebook says 3.5 but I disagree. I tired myself out and I just missed the bus back to taean. After waiting in the parking lot for 30 minutes the bus finally came. I slept all the way back to Daejeon where Hyekyung was supposed to meet me at the bus terminal. She had some bad information from me and the bus terminal people and she drove around to different terminals while I waited in the Krispy Kreme. I felt really bad about that. I should have been more specific :( Eventually, Hyekyung found me and we had a nice quiet evening at her apartment and chatted about Australia over homemade kimchi and cucumbers. I'm thinking about going to Australia once my China visa is sorted out, so it was very interesting for me.<br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">

Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Me vs. Kkotji beach

Me vs. Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Me vs. Kkotji beach

Me vs. Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Kkotji beach

Kkotji beach


Me and Hyekyung

Me and Hyekyung

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Mallipo Beach

we both woke up early to start our separate adventures for the weekend. Lauren was off to Seoul for a vegan potluck and I was off to an ancient temple in woraksan park.<br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">The temple was amazing. I got there on the first bus so there was no one around. At these kind of places i always imagine all the people who would make pilgrimages to this exact same spot over millennia and it never ceases to astound me every time. I meandered around the ruins for a while and caught a bus back to chungju for the next destination, Mallipo beach.<br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">I slept almost all the way there. Transferring in a zombie-like stupor... But I arrived at about 4 pm. And wandered around the beach for a few hours. eventually I ordered some fried chicken and laid around on the beach until the sun went down.<br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">The sunset wasn't happening for me it was way too cloudy :( so I kept on trucking to anmyeondo an island with an even better beach, supposedly.

Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Me vs. Mallipo beach

Me vs. Mallipo beach


Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Mallipo beach

Mallipo beach


Sunset on Mallipo beach

Sunset on Mallipo beach


Sunset on Mallipo beach

Sunset on Mallipo beach


Mireuk Ri

Mireuk Ri


Mireuk Ri

Mireuk Ri


Mireuk Ri

Mireuk Ri


Me vs. Mireuk Ri

Me vs. Mireuk Ri


Mireuk Ri

Mireuk Ri


Unfinished Buddha

Unfinished Buddha


Mireuk Ri

Mireuk Ri

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On the way to Woraksan

I left my last day of official classes and went straight to chungju where Lauren my first couch surfing host in Korea was waiting for me. Up until now, I haven't been planning anything very far in advance so I didn't get a chance to surf someone's couch yet. Lauren was super nice and had a little bed ready for me on the floor. Shes studying environmental science in the fall but took a year off to do the talk program. She shared some vegan banana bread and cookies with me and We chatted until pretty late.

Me and Lauren

Me and Lauren

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Kosu cave was awesommmmme

The next day I left before he woke up and wandered around the river and a construction site which I got kicked out of quite aggressively. The cave outside of Danyang was amazing. The pictures speak for themselves. The temperature inside was about 10 degrees cooler than outside and the drippy softly lit atmosphere was amazing to me. I walked around the catwalks for an hour or so and just took the fastest way home possible. I'm getting the feeling that maybe I can't handle other people anymore. I feel like I'm really done with this place. From now on I'm putting all my eggs in the China basket. There will be other interviews to go to if it doesn't work out.

Some sort of rock construction

Some sort of rock construction


Me vs. Lion shaped rock

Me vs. Lion shaped rock


Danyang bridge

Danyang bridge


Danyang

Danyang


Construction site bridge

Construction site bridge


Construction site

Construction site


Construction site

Construction site


Flowers and Danyang

Flowers and Danyang


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Kosu Cave

Me vs. Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Kosu Cave

Me vs. Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Kosu Cave

Me vs. Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Kosu Cave

Me vs. Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Kosu Cave

Me vs. Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave


Me vs. Lion Shaped Rock

Me vs. Lion Shaped Rock


Kosu Cave

Kosu Cave

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Just hiking... I guess

So I left right after school to meet Yun Gil in Seoul. I havent seen him in a long time and I knew it was not going to be a fun weekend after he couldn't understand me when I said "what did you do all summer?" And when he attempted to force feed me dukkbokki at the bus station. Yah I know about Korean culture and food but I don't want any of it on my weekends, thanks. Anyway, we drove to Taebaek in silence and at the bathroom stop the bus almost left without him. I almost didn't say anything because I was already annoyed, but at the last minute i felt bad for him so i got the guy next to me to yell stop at the bus driver. We got a room in taebaek and thank god he slept on the floor without me having to persuade him.<br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"><br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The next day we headed out to Dangun altar. It was a long hike up and it seemed like an even longer hike down. It was super foggy so it made the ancient worship site even more mysterious to me. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On the way down from the mountain, I wanted to talk about my plans for Monday. I needed to decide between going to an interview in Gunsan or not. It was real decision time and a good friend is someone who lets you talk and helps you with advice etc etc. needless to say he couldn't understand a word I said and I was so frustrated I burst into tears, which made me even more frustrated because he could understand even less about why I was crying. He probably thought it was his fault because after that he basically started treating me like a child. Constantly asking me if I wanted something to eat or drink. He even tried force feeding me like a baby when I said no. Ugh. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">From Taebaek we went to Guin sa. I don't even know how we got there I was now being led around like a puppy at this point, not even caring what happened. I just needed to either talk to someone or be left alone. Having a non comprehending travel companion did not help. I told him I wanted to be alone and he said OK but he made no attempt to leave. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">This temple was a little creepy because its some kind of Buddhist sect that worships the founder. His likeness is represented as Buddha in gold at the very top of the mountain. No photos allowed. We went to get a hotel in danyang and I fell right asleep. Yungil kept pestering me to eat but I told him I was fine with yogurt and went to bed. He stayed up who knows how long blasting some stupid Korean dramas on tv

Yun Gil getting a ticket

Yun Gil getting a ticket


Hiking up

Hiking up


Hiking up

Hiking up


At the top it&#38;#39;s foggy

At the top it&#38;#39;s foggy


Dangun Altar

Dangun Altar


Me vs. Dangun Altar

Me vs. Dangun Altar


Yun Gil and altar

Yun Gil and altar


Me vs. Dangun Altar

Me vs. Dangun Altar


Dangun Altar

Dangun Altar


Dangun altar

Dangun altar


Me vs. Dangun Altar

Me vs. Dangun Altar


Down the stairs

Down the stairs


A little temple

A little temple


Spring water

Spring water


From the top

From the top


River

River


Bridge made out of tires

Bridge made out of tires


River

River


Me vs. river

Me vs. river


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Yun Gil with watermelon and monk

Yun Gil with watermelon and monk


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Guin-sa

Guin-sa


Me vs. Guin-sa

Me vs. Guin-sa

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My current emotional state

I'm not going to send out this blog post to my insanely large email list like I normally do, but if you're keen enough to check my blog, then I'll satisfy your morbid curiosity you sick sick puppy :P

I'm an emotional wreck and it makes me feel better to puke it out online. Here's what's going on with me right now and how I am reevaluating my attitudes and flippant way in which I often treat members of the opposite sex. All the details won't be here, but the most important ones into my psychological status will be. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Maybe two months ago, rightly or wrongly, I read some inappropriate messages on my boyfriend's computer while he was out. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Now, I'm not going to be the first one to throw stones. As you know, I am as guilty of ambivalence as anyone. Much more so. I have been caught on the other side of this situation at least twice. Both times had devastating consequences for me. One time involved getting a divorce, the second time involved me moving to Korea. If you count An extremely jealous boyfriend who threw things at me for what probably wasn't flirting, then there were three times.

What I know from experience is that when this occurs, it is a symptom of trouble in a relationship. I knew this as soon as I found it because I saw myself in those messages. Almost exactly. Many years ago, it was me flirting and making plans that were never intended to happen when I thought I wouldn't get caught. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">It took me a month of crying and trying to rationalize before I could finally let go of what I had to admit was a facade of a relationship. Or at least take a break for a while. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Without a doubt, I saw my previous transgressions coming back to haunt me. I thought I could simply forgive and forget, be the better person, but I couldn't. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Unfortunately, I know from experience that this is more than just idle chit chat. People flirt because they are unsatisfied. That's all there is. No matter how much someone denies it. He or she may even believe the denials themselves, I know I did. Flirting in any shape or form denotes unhappiness. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"><u>"I'm dating you, not them! It doesn't mean anything, I was just bored." </u> <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The exact same lines I had uttered so many years ago hit me straight in the face and made me nauseous. I couldn't believe it was happening to me. The guilt and sadness about mistakes I made in the past just blew me away. I was an emotional wreck the whole month of June. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Another circumstance affecting my psychological well being lately has been the absence of weekends away. If you have been reading this, you know that I often take off on weekends for epic destinations. As the boyfriend in question had begun working on Saturday mornings, I have been forfeiting my adventures in favor of Air Force type activities and those surrounding Gunsan. Not something I was very happy about. I missed my Lonely Planet adventures desperately. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Even though he asked me to stay here for another year, I couldn't bring myself to accept or feel enthusiastic about any of the job leads I got in Gunsan at all. I had applied to many of them pre-emotional breakdown, and even went to some interviews. I just didn't feel the same. I didn't look forward to a mildly interested boyfriend who I may only see once a week and can't travel any further than a few hours away at a time. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">One thing that everyone knows about me is that I am NOT a masochist. I won't stick around for punishment because I don't think I deserve it. Sticking around here would have been emotional torture for me, and it's no one's fault but my own. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">So, the only choice I have is to leave. I had a little hissy fit the day I decided and then, as politely as possible, I informed the concerned party that I would be out of communication until I arrived in China, possibly for longer, perhaps forever. Today, It's only been a week and going pretty well, minus an egregious wrong number incident which I won't bore you with. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">So, there you have it stalkers and other disgruntled ex boyfriends. Rest assured you have been sufficiently avenged for all the horrible things I put you through. Back to the travelogue.

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More hiking and hiking and hiking

In the morning, I woke up at 5:30 and quietly snuck out. I brought all my stuff with me in case I needed to leave quickly, and I did. Vanna told me to wake her up if I was leaving no matter what time it was but I didn't believe her. They were out till at least 1 a.m. last night, I heard them come in.

So, I let them sleep and went to the coastal trail, where there are dramatic volcanic mountains and the sea crashes at your feet. I walked along the coast to the next town over, then took the bus to a really nice waterfall.

From there, I caught another bus to the cable car, where you can see Dokdo on a clear day. It wasn't a clear day at all. After coming down from the mountain, I filled my bottle up with mineral spring water, which tastes like seltzer. It was really awesome.

I headed toward the ferry for a leisurely lunch. I thought I had a few hours left, but when I looked out, there was a huge boat in the dock. I ran as fast as possible to the ticket booth to get a ticket and then ran again to the ferry terminal. I caught it just in time.

A few hours earlier I was worrying that I wouldn't be able to get home in time if my ferry left at 3:30. The ferry that I saw and ran to was a different one, leaving at 1 p.m., but it would give me many more hours to work with. Plus I was done with this island already anyway. The ferry I took went to mukho, which is closer to Seoul. If i took the ferry to pohang i would have still had to go to seoul, but i would be further away and later. not good.

From Seoul, it should not be difficult to get a bus home tonight. A kind American stranger helped me figure it all out while still on the ferry. Oh modern technology, so amazing. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">At the bus terminal, the ticket lady tried to get me to go to daejeon and I was pretty sure that would not get me anywhere near home. So I called tourist information and they saved me again. They told me to definitely go to Seoul, but I would have to catch my bus to Iksan at another terminal. Kind of a bummer but it's only 11 stops on the subway. I made it home at 1 a.m.! Hurray! Another successful epic adventure for Louise. I literally circumnavigated the entire country in 2.5 days.

The ferry home.

The ferry home.


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


Me on Ulleungdo!

Me on Ulleungdo!


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


The coastal walk

The coastal walk


Up to Jeodong-ri

Up to Jeodong-ri


On top of the lighthouse

On top of the lighthouse


Some goats!

Some goats!


Beautiful shoreline

Beautiful shoreline


Hiking

Hiking


I will be down there soon

I will be down there soon


On the coast

On the coast


Coastal walkway

Coastal walkway


Volcanic Rocks

Volcanic Rocks


Coastal walk

Coastal walk


Jeodong-ri

Jeodong-ri


Me and waterfall

Me and waterfall


Waterfall

Waterfall


Airconditioned cave

Airconditioned cave


Air conditioned cave

Air conditioned cave


Air conditioned cave

Air conditioned cave


Up the cable car

Up the cable car


Dokdo is over there

Dokdo is over there


A little foggy

A little foggy


Dodong-ri

Dodong-ri


Cable car

Cable car


Cable car down

Cable car down


I HIKED UP THAT!

I HIKED UP THAT!


Mineral water

Mineral water


Lunch samgyupsal and squid

Lunch samgyupsal and squid


Samgyupsal and squid vs. Me

Samgyupsal and squid vs. Me


At the top!

At the top!

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Hiking up crazy extinct volcanoes

I hopped a boat to ulleung do, an island 200km off the east coast of Korea. I slept overnight in Pohang on friday night and caught the ferry the next morning. I heard that it was usually sold out so I showed up VERY early to be first in line for a ticket. I got one of the last ones.

Before boarding the boat however, I was politely informed that the police wanted to talk to me. He had a photocopy of someone else's ID. "It's not me!" I cried with astonishment, and I shoved my ID in his face. He wanted to take a photo of my ID and I grabbed it back before he could, then I told him to get it from the ferry company. I saw them take a photocopy of my passport this morning. If possible, I'd like to keep my face out of police databases, thank you. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The boat was full of Middle Aged Korean people picnicking and feeding me food and wine. That's all fine and good, but I was tired and not in the mood. I didn't have breakfast, so on the other hand it sated my hunger for the upcoming 3 hour trip. You gotta take the good with the mildly irritating around here.

I met vanna from Las Vegas and Jen from Long Beach on the ferry, the two women who I was falsely identified as by the police. I wanted to know who they were so i introduced myself. Apparently the police were looking for english teachers who might be going to Dok Do, the island that is disputed by Japan. Of course, we weren't going there. Dok Do is literally a few rocks in the middle of the ocean.

We had a little chat and agreed to hang out on the island. After unpacking, we went for a late lunch and then tried to find the path for the mountain. One of the four English speakers on the island saw us looking lost and helped us find it. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">A little dirty dog followed us about half the way up, to a little shack where they served drinks and snacks. The fact that there might be someone hauling any quantity of liquid up such a height to sell for minimal profit astounded me. <br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Vanna unfortunately didn't make it to the top, but Jen and I kept trucking and made the journey in maybe 2.5 hours. I fell in the mud on the way down, so I was done hiking for the day. I was very glad that Jen pushed me to reach the peak, but I was completely exhausted. I wouldnt have done this hike if I didnt meet her. She continued on down to the beach and I went back to the room for Popsicles, ice cream and soju. Seriously that was dinner, and it was amazing. Vanna came back as i was devouring my treats and left to go meet Jen. I fell asleep pretty fast after that. I know, I'm old, I can't help it.

Dodong Ri

Dodong Ri


My motel in Pohang

My motel in Pohang


Steel man on the beach in Pohang

Steel man on the beach in Pohang


Pohang ferry terminal

Pohang ferry terminal


The picnicking ladies

The picnicking ladies


Jen on the way up

Jen on the way up


On the way up

On the way up


Vanna with the dirty dog

Vanna with the dirty dog


Me... hot!

Me... hot!


On the way up

On the way up


On the way up

On the way up


Flowers!

Flowers!


Flowers

Flowers


At the peak!

At the peak!


The view from the top

The view from the top


The view from the top

The view from the top


The view from the top

The view from the top


The view from the top

The view from the top


The view from the top

The view from the top


Jen at the top

Jen at the top


The view from the top

The view from the top


Me at the top

Me at the top


Ferns!

Ferns!

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Overnighter in Pohang

I wanted to get away from everything this weekend. So, I went to Ulleungdo. But to catch the ferry I had to sleep over in Pohang. I found a cute pension off of the beach strip. That was all I needed. I fell asleep fast, and woke up really early.

Barely awake!

Barely awake!


My cute room

My cute room

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Hanok Village

Here is an old ritualistic village. It was raining, I was sad. Can't wait to leave Korea. Blah.

Murals

Murals


Hanok village

Hanok village


Hanok village

Hanok village


Catholic church

Catholic church


Portrait museum

Portrait museum


Umbilical cord statue?

Umbilical cord statue?


Catholic church

Catholic church


In the trees

In the trees


On top

On top


Pavilion

Pavilion


Murals

Murals

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Massage and foot bath

This was a bad weekend. I got a massage out of it though.

Me with Chinese tea

Me with Chinese tea


Dave and Angie in the footbath

Dave and Angie in the footbath


Me in the foot bath

Me in the foot bath


Fish foot bath

Fish foot bath

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