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Koreans = Asias most friendly people?
From October 30th 1999 to November 31 1999, my girlfriend and I were in Korea. We started with a week in the capital, Seoul. From there we travelled west to Inchon. Following the coast south and east to Pusan. Pusan is the largest harbour in Korea with 4 million inhabitants. From there we headed north until we ended in Kangnung.

Generally the people in Korea are very polite and helpful. Unfortunately they are not very good at speaking English or they refuge to do it, because they are embarrassed about their pronunciation. Instead of explaining the direction to a sight, they rather walk with you or put you into their car, and drive you to the spot.


Drum at city gate.
Changalchi Fish Market.
Cheomseongdae Observatory in Kyongju.
Buddha carved into the cliffs at Mt. Namsan.
Incense jar in Shinhungsa Temple.
Giant bronze Buddha in Mt. Sorak National Park.


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