For five days, we were served Kimchi at every meal in Korea. As much as I love the pik nam pla, it’s not part of every meal. I found it’s ever presence amazing and the locals love it. Another interesting thing was the discovery of telephone booths in Seoul! This is the country who gave the world Samsung. As many of you probably noticed, most of the telephone booths in BKK are broken or vandalized. The ones the capital of Korea were in great shape and it made me wonder if anyone used them.
This was my first trip to the home of Taekwondo and the opening ceremony was impressive. Our kids have been studying the martial art for many years. Now I see that there are many variations. The first is an exhibitionist show-style and the leader of the pack is K Tigers. Essentially it is Taekwondo set to K Pop, precise and beautiful to watch. The next is the Poomsae which is the form and the last is combat. I look forward to having a leisure visit next time and learn more about its history and culture.
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