추석 Chuseok 1: Nampo & Jagalchi

October 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

wanderaboot

Anyong!

The choking heat of the Korean summer has finally calmed itself, Iiago, and we have been introduced to the glory that is autumn in Busan. The days are happily up to mid twenties but the evenings invite you to sport a sweater, paired with a fashionable scarf if you so dare. It truly is all things that are good. Now Thommy and I like to adventure around or so you may have heard. We really like adding a notch to the proverbial bedpost of countries and any time we can slip away you can bet your bottom dollar (and usually ours) that we’ll be heading to a brand new land.

Holidays don’t come around often in Korea as it seems they do in Canada- where I felt as if we had a long weekend at least once a month. Here in the R.o.K. there are some significant dates such…

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