Our school's first annual Olympic Games. Rivalries between classes become intense and sometimes brutal.
In the act of teaching. Notice how focused I am and the determination in my eyes. It doesn't get any better than that. Of course, the students are paying close attention like always.
Me and the boys in my class. They may look small, but they are suprisingly lethal. Individually I can defeat them, but as a group they are difficult to overcome.
Check out all the traditional villages and monuments such as pagodas, gentlemans houses, look outs...
They are scattered across the country, adn are beautiful
A smaller palace in the heart of town, tons of cute children playing there, sometimes they have musicians also.
Checkout all the palaces across town.. some i visited were geongbokgung, and deoksugung palace. they are beautiful places. very calming and eye catching.
National Folk Museum
Located at the grounds of the Kyongbokkung Palace, you can learn more about the history, traditions, culture and practices of the Koreans in the National Folk Museum.
FIFA World Cup Stadium
Told you I was proud to be there : ) standing near the best seats. Can't imagine when it must feel like at the actual games...
Korean Folk Village
Museum has many examples of traditional houses, ceremonies, dances, and the like and some shopping opportunities.
There were no empty seats for...
There were no empty seats for this clash of heated rivals. These two were learning the rules and tactics of proper hooliganism.
This is when our school had a...
This is when our school had a Mini World Cup. I tried to teach them the intricacies of the 4-4-2 formation, however they chose to go with the popular 'chase the ball' strategy.
The conference room in...
The conference room in Panmunjom
Many soldiers were keeping strain posture. The center of this table was on latitude 38' N, the border between South and North Korea.
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, Jeju-do...
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, Jeju-do (an island south east of the mainland, about an hour's flight from Seoul).
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in South Korea.
Look at the spectacular autumn...
Look at the spectacular autumn foliage outside Bulguksa Temple! Red, Orange, Yellow and Green... Isn't it pretty?? *gushes*
Also at Seoraksan...WARNING:...
Also at Seoraksan...
WARNING: Don't follow the gutsy Koreans who can stand, sit or squat at or near the edge and not feel giddy. It's a long way down...Related to:
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