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S: South Korea Dec, 2009

BC: South Korea 2009 | Seoraksan National Park

FC: South Korea

1: Table of Contents Busan 2-21 Seoul 22-47 Sokcho 48-57 Foods 58-59 | N' Seoul Tower

2: Busan

3: 3 | A view from above

4: Large fishing ships outside of the Jagalchi Fish Market | 4

5: The Jagalchi Fish Market is actually housed in a modern looking building next to the harbor. | 5

6: 6

7: Jagalchi Market

8: Pebble Beach at Taejongdae Park | views looking out from Taejongdae park | 8

9: Connie looking really cute at the lighthouse at Taijongdae Park | 9

10: Writing Good luck tiles at Beomeosa Temple | 10

11: Colorful lamps at Beomeosa Temple | 11

12: Cable Car at Geumgang Park | 12

13: Stairs down to Beomeosa Temple | 13

14: 14 | Large Korean drum at Beomeosa Temple

15: Look at the vibrant colors of traditional Korean architecture. | 15

16: 16 | Laying on the floor of a boat from Tong-Yeong to Bingindo Island.

17: 17 | It was raining when we arrived at Bingindo Island. Connie was hiding under a vacant building staring out at into the ocean.

18: 18

19: Hae-undae Beach is the most popular beach in Korea. Supposedly during the summer months the beach is filled with people. | 19

20: Dongbaek Park next to Hae-undae beach | 20

21: Apec House

22: 22 | KTX train is Korea's high speed rail. It only takes 2 hours to go from Seoul to Busan

23: 23 | Watch the lights at Myeong-dong area of Seoul

24: Gyeongbokgung

25: 25

26: Gyeongbokgung's main entertainment hall. This is where the korean emperors use to hold their state dinners and parties | 26

27: 27 | Inside the roof of the main Gyeongbokgung Palace. The palace is actually re-built during the 90's. It was completely burned down during the Japanese occupation.

28: 28 | Connie is the Sheep | Stan is the Monkey

29: Interesting architecture at Gyeongbokgong | 29

30: 30 | Deoksugong, is one of the four palaces in Seoul. It was used as the main palace during the Korean Empire era.

31: Door Lock of Deoksugong

32: 32 | Changdeokgung another one of the four palaces in Seoul

33: 33 | view of the main courtyard

34: Jongmyo

36: 36

37: "forever locks" on top of the N'Seoul Tower. Opposite is the green house in Changdeokgung built by Japanese during the occupation. | 37

38: N'Seoul Tower

39: 39 | This bathroom is located on top of N'Seoul Tower and lets you see out over Seoul while washing your hands.

40: 40 | glass elevators on the way up to the cable car station for N'Seoul Tower

41: 41 | Connie is happily surrounded by giant teddy bears

42: 42 | Olympic flags of participating nations

43: Olympic Park entrance gate | 43

44: 44 | Olympic Center

45: 45 | 1988 Summer Olympic Mascot

46: Christmas lights outside of Lotte Department Store | Opposite: Connie at the Miranda hotel enjoying the spa treatment | 46

49: Sokcho | 49

50: This flotilla is the only way to cross the canal. The locals get to use it for free, 500 won for foreigners or visitors. | 50

51: We found Bear's older brother, big bear, at Sokcho!!! | 51

53: Squid drying at Sokcho

54: A temple at Seoraksan | Entrance to Seoraksan National Park | 54

55: Windy and freezing temperatures up at Seoraksan National Park. Connie and I had our hands and ears covered. | 55

56: large Buddhist statue at Seoraksan National Park | 56

57: Seoraksan National Park | 57

60: National Folk Museum

61: Goodbye

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