LIVE IN SEOUL
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- Seoul for my Soul
Before it was Gangnam style and now were enjoying another song from PSY which is the Gentleman. Lets watch Seoul with the rhythm of gentleman, sorry if the video was too short but I will post soon another for the meantime just enjoy watching :
richelyn chua 2013-05-23
- Korean Music: Monkey 5
Monkey 5 Check out the Debut album of Monkey 5 on i-Tunes, the first “Whistle Monkey Band” ever in the world. The music would fascinate every hearts. Follow the Link -%3E https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shall-we-whistle-single/id648269972 Monkey 5 is the first Whistle Monkey Band ever in the world. The Band has five mysterious members : Whikey, Goldee, Liva, Bello and Touyo from an unknown species called ‘PINGKONGs’. They whistle in chorus and provide unprecedented harmony with a variety of whistling techniques like scat or vibration. Their music touches and fascinates every heart who listens to them. Monkey 5 has been preparing this first album for a long time with ‘healing’ as its main theme to provide unique healing experiences for those who are physically and mentally tired. Shall we whistle along with Monkey 5? -Gisela V.
Verdin Gisela 2013-05-23
- I like Seoul diversity
I like the different activities the City Hall do in order to harmonize the living together of Koreans and foreigners. One of this activities is the Seoul International Friendship Fair, which is celebrated every year in front of City Hall. I like this kind of events :
Molina Elias 2013-05-22
- First Mission - Naksan Park
All the people in this world tend to have something favorite: favorite dish, favorite writer, favorite movie and so on… And in this flow of “favorites” there is a “favorite place” – place where we feel comfortable and homelike, where we can think about everything and nothing at all, where we can be ourselves and forget about all the problems. It is very difficult to find this place especially if you live in such a big city as Seoul. Difficult, but possible! Naksan Park became such place for me. This park is situated not far from Daehak-ro, fast and furious district full of small theatres and street performances. The name of the park comes from the name of the mountain it is situated on. Some time ago it was the very edge of Seoul with the vallum fortification wall on it. So what does make this park so special? I cannot name only one thing. For me it is the combination of calm, homelike atmosphere and amazing city view. Naksan Park is not that big, but everyone who comes here can find something interesting: seniors usually do sport, families with small children just walk, young couples enjoy the night view of Seoul sitting on the vallum, street musicians rehearse and all the others soak up the atmosphere. This is how people of different ages, different interests, with different past, present and future harmoniously coexist in Naksan Park. But this is not the whole story! Going back you can run down the vallum. It was built more than 5 centuries ago and due to the invasions of different countries was ruined and restored several times so now you can see different layers of stones from different epochs. That is why you can not only rest, but touch the history of Korea in Naksan Park. Coming back you run into the flow of people, cars, neon lights that make you doubt the existence of Naksan Park. Maybe, just maybe, it was only a mirage in the desert of the city… Who knows?
Anastasia Kolomina 2013-05-22
- The Seoul Future Heritage Is In Our Hands
A campaign to collect memories of endangered or extinct Seoul villages
MOT Stephane 2013-05-22
- Loving the Seoul Subway System
My ten reasons for loving the Seoul Subway System.
Chua Jaclyn 2013-05-21
- Memories in Seoul
A year after we traveled to Seoul. Four of us really miss Seoul. Wanna to go to Seoul now! I miss the atmosphere of Banpo Hangang Park. I remember that we asked a number of people and walked around half of hour. Then, we walked through a subway before we arrived Banpo Hangang Park. Some were riding bicycle. Some were camping. Some were having picnic. The most surprising thing was there was wind come to our face. We didnt feel tried anymore and became very relax. We sat at the waterfront and waited for the Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain. It was great. The atmosphere was comfortable. We ended our itinerary at there was a smart planning.
karley wu 2013-05-21
- I like watching Seoul Scenery especially 청계천!
I like see Seoul Scenery, 청계천, using SAMSUNG TV. This really Seoul. Why? As you know Samsung is Korean Product that have headquarter in Samsung Town, Seoul. I like 청계천 because its place where people can meet and place for public recreation! Place where you can make good memories!
NurSentana Daniel 2013-05-21
- 7 Things I Like About Seoul
Having said my final farewells to Seoul, it’s time to reflect on what makes the city so special not lest because it’s a mission of mine as a Seoul-Mate! - so here’s seven things I like about Seoul à la buzzfeed...
Williams Bryce 2013-05-21
- First Mission - 63 building from the Yeoinaru station
So our first mission brought me to Yeoinaru station. It is certainly the place to be for the great out doors! My favorite time to go is around 4 to 5 in the afternoon. As the sunsets, the 63 building reflects a bright and golden light. The experience is complete when youre with a group of good friends and some chi-mek chicken and beer! My friends and I often meet up and enjoy a relaxing day close to the han-river. If youre in Seoul, youve gotta come to Yeoinaru station before the sun sets. I give this location, a huge thumbs up! Thanks for reading!
Cabal Ryan 2013-05-21