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Seoul, Day 3. Rape in the Garden of Samwon.
Dongdaemun was described to us as dark, dingy, sweaty, teeming with humanity…as a Korean maze of sizzling innards and clothing and jewelry and ice cream. Basically, if it exists, it could be found and consumed in the shopping halls of Dongdaemun. Our original plan was to go to Myengdong for such an experience, but we […]More
Seoul, Day 3. Lost in Translation.
Seoul is a pretty confusing city to navigate; first, there is the issue of the alphabet. Hangul, the Korean alphabet, was Romanized in 2000, which means that P’s became B’s, D’s became T’s, and K’s became G’s…it made for some serious confusion during my trip planning phase. The same places or foods were referred to, […]More