(technically speaking, this one's a notebook cover, not a sign)
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Today was action-packed with traditional culture. My Korean hosts gave me a fantastic introduction to their heritage with a visit to Gyeongbokgung Palace followed by a trip to Jongmyo Royal Ancestral Shrine, with a couple of their favorite, locals-only restaurants thrown in, too. My head is actually spinning from the sensory and information overload (plus I took about 200 photos), so I'm going to opt for the easy way out and discuss the main events tomorrow. In the meantime, here are a few signs to tide you over.
apartment banking BSF Changdeokgung Children's Grand Park Christmas COEX Consulate departure Ewha faith fashion first impressions food Garosugil Gyeongbokgung hair+beauty Hanoi Hong Kong Hongdae Itaewon Jongmyo Konkuk LotteWorld mail National Museum Olympic Park Paris Preface Provence Samcheongdong Seokchon Lake Shanghai shopping signs Skype Songpa teaching temple Training visa interview