Last week, the office here in Korea was closed due to the annual summer vacation – which provided a very welcome yet unexpected chance for me to explore the country a little more.
Time flies. Since I already spent more than a month here in Korea, I felt like it’s time to draw an (almost) halftime résumé and summarize some peculiarities I became aware of while living here.
Last weekend, I teamed up with some colleagues again, this time to spend two days in Seoul. This would be my first time ever to visit the capital, so I was all the more excited.
Last weekend, I arrived at my next station: Gumi, South Korea. Just like at my previous project locations, I will be spending three months here.
This is the fourth part of my report on our trip through Asia. Read the part on the Transsiberian Railway here, and the one on Vietnam here.
This is the third part of my report on our big trip through Asia. Read the second part on our adventure on the Transsiberian Railway here.