hiking trail (Fall+colors mountains trees ). Photo by dinnmsu
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hiking trail

Uploaded by: dinnmsu

Monday November 12, 2012

Seoul, South Korea

Caption: in this beautiful national park right at the northern edge of the mega-city of Seoul, Korea

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2. dinnmsu
2:29 PM GMT on November 12, 2012
well, apparently (for me) it's not time yet for moss-gathering, and that's ok with me. Luckily it looks as if this kind of thing (the "rolling stone"-life) agrees with me, at least for now.
And yes, it's great to know that there is this other side to Korean life, even right close to this city. It's certainly part of what will keep me sane here. The extremes here are fascinating, and I have to say that I "dig" this huge city. Great subway system, btw!
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1. Hotzenwaelder
12:51 PM GMT on November 12, 2012
A side of Korea of which I was not aware. It appears that you are a rolling stone the same as I, but I hope you can gather some moss. Unfortunately, I was not able to gather as much as I would like to have.
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Instead of settling down in Europe I have now moved on to far eastern Asia, where it looks as if I'll stay for a while. Quite a change, a big adjustment from quiet country living to life in the mega city that is Seoul, South Korea.

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