Having done the tourist circuit and blogged about these places several times before, I'm simply going to post some photos and test your knowledge of Korean culture (according to Sharon).
What place in Seoul to I visit most frequently?
How do I get around Seoul?
What do Koreans wear? (And some cute little girls whom Jessica, gave gifts to upon her arrival back home.)
Where do we (Yep, I'm nearly Korean) shop?
What hobbies do Koreans enjoy?
What kinds of food do people eat in Korea?
What does a Korean Palace look like?
Any favorite Seoul museums?
Are there natural escapes around Seoul?
Which park is this?
What is the most unique place to visit in Korea? (Where a piece of the Berlin wall represents hope for reunification.)
Who celebrated a birthday with lots of lanterns on May 14?
Do you know Sharon's favorite Korean landmark?
Can you identify these Korean icons?
And can you name one Korean sport which we are learning to master? You got it . . . taking photos! Check out this awesome panoramic shot showcasing flags of countries who participated in the 1988 summer Olympics. Believe it or not, this photo of Orlynne, myself, and Jessica was captured by us with no outside assistance! (Click on it to zoom in.)
And this concludes my test of your Korean culture intelligence, and our venturesome visit with Jason, Orlynne, Jessica, and Shane.