This is what Korean Class looks like. Every foreigner gets their own Korean to study with for an hour and a half!
This is Chantelle from Canada in front of a tomb. Inside the giant mound there is the tomb of an ancient Korean King!
Korean Classmates at the lunch table! It was the first time I've eaten a traditional Korean meal sitting in chairs and not on the floor! How strange...
After lunch, we went to a park to see the King's tombs. There were about 20 of them, great big mounds! We got to go inside one of them!
They are teachers too! Newly-weds. Inside that pink blanket around his waist is a baby, usually the women carry them on their backs, and it's rare to see a man willing to carry the baby! He's a good guy, lol.
This is a famous painting of a horse, found inside one of the tombs offered to the King at his burial
Caroline bought some cotton candy, or 'candy floss' as they say in Scotland, and when she offered me some, I pulled the whole thing out of the cup and pretended to eat it all! Classic photo, ha ha!
Hee Woon is such a gentleman! He was sharing Chantelle's umbrella because he gave me his! I think he'd give the shirt off his back for anyone that needed it!
The swastika was originally a peaceful Buddhist symbol used for hundreds of years before the Nazi's made it into something horrible.
Every Buddhist Temple has a fountain with blessed water, this is a new friend named Noka, he's from the Philippines and he works at Gyeongnam University.