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    Trip to Seoul

    Incheon airport is the best airport in the world 2005-2012 - it is true. There was no queue for immigration and I was stamped through in less then 100 seconds.

    Customs just took my form without a question and I was out.

    Leaving the airport we pass the famous Korean cock and balls monument!



    Incheon is on a island. This the bridge to get to mainland.



    View from Korean Lady Friend's apartment. Seoul is very mountainous compared to Tokyo.



    Quick shower and then out for Korean BBQ for dinner. Fantastic nosh. Nice place. Spicy salad. Gimchi. Big nosh with beers for KLF, her mum, her son and me. Total bill was 40,000 won ($37).



    KLF had the fridge stocked. This is very nice Japanese style all malt beer.



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    Blimey the lady in the photo moves incredibly fast.

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    I forgot my power for my laptop so a trip to Jongsan was up on day 1. Get the directions sorted. Great public transport system. Very Tokyo.



    Highlight at Jongsan was catching a girl with her skirt tucked into her knickers! I would have run after her and got some better shots if I had not been with KLF.



    Jongsan is Cheap Cheap Cheap!!! 27 inch HD monitors are $190. 24 inch are $110



    Then off to Itaewon for evening market and and food. It is a big bar area near the main US army base and my first sighting of another white face (quite expensive compared to the rest of Seoul)..





    KLF lapped me on round 1. She most of the way down her first beer in this photo by the time my foam had settled and she had emptied her second with me still and inch left in my first.



    Then off to Sangsu (Hongik University area) which has some arty bars and lots of cheap Korean drinkeries.


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    Nice photos. Thanks. I have never been to Korea,I always thought it was expensive.

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    It looks like a sweet place to go. I know a couple who used to live in Bkk and now live just outside Seoul, They really enjoy the change of the seasons amoungst many other things. Ta for posting.

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    South Korea is not at all what I was expecting. Seoul sounds a lot cheaper than where I am.

    I'm sorry I never got you your thread on Busan. I did drive past it however and it looks a lot like your 3rd pic.

    I'm in Okpo, on Geoje Island. Will get a thread together soon but got dumped onto night shift after around 10 days so limited shennanigans.

    Will be heading to Seoul for R&R on the 20/21st.

    Enjoy your holiday, thanks.
    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    Cheers Looper,
    got half a johnson looking at the k girl with the dress tucked into the panties

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    Interesting ! Show more girls please <3

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    Must have got there at a different time of the day. I was told to expect an hours wait at immigration coming in and I got more than that.

    Sailed through once I was at the desk, but others got quite a grilling and there were a lot of them.

    Also scan everyones finger prints.

    truly a lovely airport though and Seoul is a great town.

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    The airport was verry clean and well organized when I was was there. I was impressed with many of the shops. Verry high end merchandise. 5000$ handbags shoes watches ect. I could see many ladys that were verry well dressed high class high maintanance types. Pleasant on the eye hard on the pocket book. I suppose its like most places where the average people just dont travel through because they are too busy working or something. No problem finding a Samsung to watch while waiting for a flight.

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    Thanks for your pics Looper! You sure do know where to travel to .
    I'll be sad not to visit the place on your report. Used to love watching South Korean films in the World Cinema section of my old video hire shop.
    Seems a very classy place indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post

    Highlight at Jongsan was catching a girl with her skirt tucked into her knickers! I would have run after her and got some better shots if I had not been with KLF.
    Surely the .....um.... crack has been photoshopped ?




    Or were her cheeks just very wobbly ?


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    Bullet proof tights?

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    Spirit house outside KLF's apartment. Actually for performing exorcisms the sign says.



    A day at the Geongbok palace.



    Changing of the guard.





    The thai guys would go ape for the creamy white skin on these K-chicks.


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    Main entrance.



    Palace gardens.










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    The road leading up to the palace (it is in the city centre).



    Portrait artist takes a phone break. This is on a footpath beside a large stream which winds it way through the city and is sunk down below street level so it is very quiet without traffic.



    Funky building.



    It is the rainy season so umbrellas are the order of the day. If you are very cautious you can wear wellies too!



    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Cheers Looper,
    got half a johnson looking at the k girl with the dress tucked into the panties
    Have a crack at the second shot BLD. She is actually wearing tights and the skirt is tucked into the tights.


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    got any upskirts?

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    Got any more Gangnam Style photo ops? Its a crowd pleaser for sure.

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    Knew you wouldn't let me down.

    Pics of the local birds...

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    Loop,..... You da man

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    brings back memories of the 17+ years living in the ROK btwn the years 1972-1997 (not consecutive years by the way). Job required my traveling throughout the country and within their industrial operations. So I got to learn and see firsthand the development of the country. I also enjoy the cuisine but realize that the people as a whole need an attitude adjustment. The me, me, me mentality is an obnoxious characteristic. Beware of the female characteristics of wanting to be in control.
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    Trip to the war memorial museum. Very interesting history of the Korean war and the many other wars that the Koreans have got caught up in being stuck in between Japan and China.



    They have a large navy in times of yore with strange spiky roofed warships.



    Here they are fighting the Mongols.


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    Trip to Shinsegae posh shopping.



    These dried fish cost $300 for a box of 8 and there was others that were $750





    Pickled ginseng.



    Down to Namdaemun market for dinner alfresco.



    My cook.



    3 old crones selling fresh Ginseng root in the subway.


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    Trip to Myeong dong night shopping and market. Very fun place packed with punters and lovelies.











    These welly boots are starting to give me the horn.




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    Seoul's a great town, easy to get around and as you have clearly captured has plenty of eye candy.

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