Almost three weeks we drive with a rental car through the country. About Couchsurfing we get to know Jason and Sung-il and notice in both encounters: Here is much different than we are used to.
It is the soft tones that confront us with challenges that ultimately make our time in South Korea something special.
Recognition number 57: If the drinking water bottle is frozen next to the bed, it was cold at night.
The new day is heralded with 28 strokes of the bell. It is 4 o'clock in the morning. Slightly sleepy, we roll up our Korean sleeping mat on the floor and put on the comfortable monk's clothing before heading for the main temple
Seoul is a metropolis of orderly disorder. Disrupted and tidy, agile and ultramodern. Shopping centers as palaces of the present, consumption drives the dynamics of the city. You feel understood and yet disappointed.