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Thank you!

A special thank you to the following folks:

Seoulistic was a great place to learn the basics about Seoul (and Korea) in general.  Jon even used the blog’s author, Keith Kim’s, podcast, Survival Phrases Korean, to learn enough words to keep us afloat.  http://survivalphrases.com/korean/guest.php. Thanks, Keith! 

To learn more about Gyeongju, we enlisted the help of Sherwin V. Jones.  If you are ..read more

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Photobooooooomz!

Ddeokboki (chewy, baby rice dicks)

My favorite person and my favorite building (Kellie’s, not Jon’s)

Helpful indicator.

Super healthy rice wine (spiced with nettles and mugwort). Size small.

#yogaeverydamnday. Jon really did a full routine each morning while I showered.  Each time I emerged from the wet room, he was in a perfect shoulder-stand.

Sneaking suspicion this bar could be the best place in Korea.

Posing ..read more

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The Wrap

 

Maybe because I don’t drink anything stronger than coffee with milk and haven’t for a couple of years now, the idea that, this morning, I saw the view above from the window of the train to the Seoul airport and that tonight, right now, I am typing in a coffee shop in South Philly, is folding my brain at a ..read more

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Greetings from gate 111 at ICN

We got up early to head back to Seoul for our last day. It was rainy when we arrived but we kept our positive attitudes up for a fun day ahead. Seoul had treated us right and we were looking forward to spending a few more hours there, normally we do not have an opportunity to return to a place ..read more

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Three Tours

We never used to take tours (except for that time in Managua when a taxi driver drove us around pointing out the outstanding works of Daniel Ortega in Spanish and locking his doors at the red lights.)  Recently, we decided it’s not that bad to learn things. And really not that bad to talk to someone other than each other ..read more

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