Nahh, it’s not what you think, you green-horned devil, you!!!☺️😏🤔
My wife and I had a quick up-close-and-personal tour of South Korea when we visited our daughter, Aly, last week. She had gotten a scholarship for a masteral course at the Yeungnam University near Daegu, and this was an opportune time to visit her and enjoy autumn’s pretty colors in Korea.
Intricate Korean architecture.
At Aly’s behest, we didn’t take the traditional tours offered. Instead, she prepared a unique low-cost tour program that would make us optimize our Korean trip. In effect, we didn’t just see Korea’s modern infrastructure, we experienced a rare overnight stay in a centuries’ old monastery, enjoyed the countryside and the farms, feasted on great Korean cuisine, and learned more about the warmth and solid fortitude of a proud, yet friendly Korean people. So here goes.
We arrived at noon of a sunny day, just…
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