You may want to check this: May 24, 2007 #142 Seoul Trip Two: Rainy Day or you may want to check this: February 11, 2008 BBC News: Seoul Landmark Fire
…at Professor Won’s house… but whose farewell was it?
Let the pictures speak for themselves…
Hi everyone… this may be my last posting from Korea, but I am not sure… This Sunday I travelled down south to city of Busan (Pusan). Busan is the second largest city of South Korea, it also hosted the Asian Games in 2002. Busan is a city with many hills around. Roads are up and … More #156 Busan @ 300 kmph… KTX
Yesterday was the most hectic day here in Korea for me…. Started from Incheon at 8am and came back at 1am in the night. Lol…. Seminar, then conference, then long stretches of walking, the long sessions of soju and pork and again another long session of beer…. whoa… long day! But it was great fun … More #148 Seoul National University
Hanjin Group building… The Hanjin group is the same conglomerate (chaebol) that owns Korean Air and Inha University. This is a Korea Fort gate in teh center of Seoul. The fort walls have disappeared but the gate stands…A Wider look at Taller buildings… This is Ginseng… famous Korean Health drink… Korean Ginseng is the best, … More #142 Seoul Trip Two: Rainy Day
There are these boards, and the doors always land between them! At some places, there are glass walls with doors on the platform, that prevent anyone from getting down on the tracks! Something to learn!!Bupyeong Station… This line goes to Seoul. Click Click! It has an underground station as well for the Incheon subway line. … More #137 Hi Seoul
This happens to be my first ever trip beyond the shores of India. And what a pleasure it is… May 5th, 2007, 3:30 am KE-656 BOM-ICN Korean Air Flight. I am fortunate that there exists a direct flight from Bombay to Incheon. 6.5 hrs non-stop, over the Himalayas, over the Great Wall of China, over … More #126 Hi Korea…