This was another park in Seoul that we went to, My Korean reading is getting better and I can read that sign! It says, "Sam Eel Moon". I don't know what that means, but hey, I can read it!
This is a traditional Korean Pagoda built a long long time ago. I read the information sign but I can't remember the date on it! They have it protected in that glass building and it was beautiful. There used to be a Buddhist Temple at this very location. The pagoda was from that time period.
This is Kelly and Yoorina. Kelly is from NYC and she works with Yoorina. We had a traditional Korean lunch and it was so good! We had our own private room!
Kelly and I split a little piece for the public to contribute to the art! Someone else had colored a part of the Korean flag underneath ours, so I did the American flag in my section and Kelly wrote Love From NYC in her half!
They gave us these AWESOME sun visors to wear while coloring! (Notice that NO ONE ELSE is wearing them, lol!)
Another market place in Seoul. They were everywhere, and they sell anything you can think of! It was so crowded with people though!
View of a section of Seoul from the Subway when it went above ground to cross over the River. In Korea, that's the Hangang, it flows from North Korea into South Korea.
This was our group on the Changwon Tour from Saturday. There are a few other foreigners that I met, some of the Sisters, and some kids from the Catholic Center. This photo was taken in the Changwon Rose Garden!
This was the traditional Buddhist Temple that we went to, it was built in the 1600s and Buddhist Monks still use it today! It was so beautiful. Unfortunately my camera died while we were here, so I don't have as many pictures as I'd like to have :(
All of the foreigner people I met. Two of them are the people that I met from England, Vicky and Roger. They are taking me to the free Korean classes with them on Tuesday!
This is the Buddha inside of one of the smaller temples, there were even larger shrines but I didn't have my camera then!
Tour of the Junam Wetlands Park! Those floating Lilly Pads are very heavy, and they have thorns! They produce beautiful Lotus flowers though. It was gorgeous!
This is Jung, she's one of the other 3rd grade teachers. This photo was taken at the dinner at the Sushi restaurant when the head teacher ordered me BBQ! They are so sweet!
This is the view of Changwon from Yong Gee Lake, where the light show is and where the acupuncture walking park is!