2013: I spent quite some nights dancing this song in Trautenauerstr. and later, in Ludwigstr., you know, just for fun.
But who would have ever imagined being able to visit its “birthplace” in South Korea, 2 years later?! 😀
Our South Korea trip could not be put into words… but images might help 🙂
Monument to King Sejong: well-known for his contribution to develop korean language
First dinner in Seoul with my korean friend Jiyeon after 38 (?) hours non-sleep/ non-stop! 🙂
Seoul palaces on 2nd day: tip, go there in fall or spring, as colors are changing.
It is fascinating that palaces are entirely made out of wood. A heating system was installed in the basement so that the inner rooms and the floor was warm enough to walk around barefoot. Now you can see that it is still an important aspect to keep floors cleaned and well-maintained in korean houses, thus korean families sit on the floor to have food.
Korean tech and korean tradition meet. So funny to see those little girls wearing traditional clothing while typping on their cells 🙂
Next korean chapter will follow soon…
And you? have you ever visited South Korea/ North Korea?