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The Roundup Pictures Of Korea

My roundup pictures for our Korea trip... too many posts on Korea will be a turn-off for some of you, perhaps.. hahhaaa....

Just now we watched the video tape that Andy took during the trip and we had a good laugh over it. Most of the time he taped himself, eating... walking... making his facial expressions on the tape. Taking video can be fun but after one time watching, it is more than enough... until maybe few years later, we will take it out to watch once again....

Ok, for the roundup... here are some pictures on the last two days....

Namsangol Hanok Village

a traditional Korean Village

Walker Hill Casino

Olympic Park, Seoul...

Sinchon Fashion Street..

the largest stiletto shoe!

Ewha Women University only for ladies!

Going for Han River Cruise...

but ended up YAWNING.... SNORING.....

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Teddy Bear Museum in Seoul Tower...

Kids would love this museum..
the bears can move..... actually.. :)

My kids enjoyed them....

then shopping again.... hahahaa...

finally.. at the airport
My girl got what she wanted!!!

time to say goodbye to Korea...
(forgot the korean language for goodbye....)

Comments

  1. Apalah.. sleep during cruise pulaks! Haha.. touch n go trip is really exhausting eh?

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  2. If my memory serves me right, should be 'An-nyeong Hi-gye-se-yo'. So many activities in one day, sure got tired...

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  3. wei...why all tarak see your face one geh?

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  4. merryn: next time u tell me.. tired or not.. :p


    mingna: hey, u know better.. i only know an-nyeong har say yo... how are you.. :)


    kathy: come this weekend, u can see my face.. hahaa...

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  5. Round up pixz of Korea with a round up face too?

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  6. Yikes! The bear can move? Creepy. :p

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  7. Oh I love the stiletto shoe! I would say you all had a wonderful trip together. Many memories indeed. You certainly fit alot in as well.

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  8. Wow...that is one giant shoe. Is it enlisted in the Guiness book's of record?

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  9. A university for ladies only? Why eh? Korea is not a muslim country somemore wo..

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  10. haahah the 2nd photos look very funny la.. kekeke

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  11. wah..yr posts bring back fond memories of my korea trip in 2003. Thx.

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  12. Ohh, the teddy bear musuem very famous... featured in a lot of korean movies. =D Wow... u went thr... I wanna go thr... *sigh* I oso wanna go to the Korean folk village... tells us a lot of folktales... very interesting... got Korean version of Cinderella and stuff... funny wan!
    Package trip sure tiring, cuz move around too fast... summore winter... will easily fall asleep in that weather, even with the wind blasting to the face oso still can fall asleep.

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  13. What a great variety of dIfferent pictures!!! Did you do a lot of shopping and by very many things, souvenirs? I love the big shoe!!

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  14. Wow!!! Your girl really can shop! Thank goodness mine's not into that! Phewwww!!!! Hahahahaha!

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  15. bananaz: now not rounded liow after a bout of flu.. huhuhu...


    tekkaus: u said creepy? the kids love them so!


    inspiredmom: yeah, now i m wondering...


    chvoon: the fake warrior? :)


    tekkaus: maybe Malaysia should have a bigger one than this!


    wenn: wanna go again?


    cleff: yes, next time i wanna go free and easy la..and eat all we want! heheeh...


    ginny: it was so cold.. yes, last minute grabs here and there.. all small items cos the baggage all locked up by then..


    sjb: i love that too!


    stp: now u know u r more blessed, right?? hehehe.. my girl is still fascinated by Korean actors!! She got that free poster when I purchased some beauty products.. hahaha..

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  16. Thank you for taking us on a fun trip to Korea, a part of the world I have never been to. Thank you also for visiting my blog. Wishing you all a very happy holiday season, and a very happy new year.

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  17. Ohhh, my kids will definitely love the bear museum!

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  18. denise: thanks for your wish.. same goes to you and your family as well!



    alice: yes, mine did.. :)

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  19. That's a lot of shopping!!! Really hope I can see what you guys are shopping for :P :P

    The bear museum are really nice!

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  20. kahmsahmneda!



    Aloha from Hawaii

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  21. A few of my Korean friends told me not to go to Han river cruise coz it's boring! LOL! Seems like what they said is true!

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  22. looked like a great trip. glad u guys enjoyed it..

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  23. Looks like a great enjoyable trip, hope u people had lots of fun and the pictures were also cool...

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  24. Wah!!! Andy so leng zhai in the warrior armour! (I think it's Andy la...)

    Your hols look so fun... great family time togetehr :-D.

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