Now we move 2013. Exercise: Do It Like They Do It in Korea. Public multi-use trails, outdoor gyms, and fitness centers are in such abundance throughout South Korea that you no longer have a legitimate excuse to avoid exercise – poor weather or a crippling hangover being the exceptions, obviously!
The resources needed to be physically active are at your fingertips, with a range of activities available to accommodate your budget and personality. Here are a few options to keep you active while living and working in South Korea. EllenCaldwellThesis. Fitness Trails are Australia's leading outdoor fitness system. Outdoor exercise stations offer a fun, self-guided way to exercise and will be a lasting investment in your outdoor space.
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Because one of the major influences from the Chinese culture to the world is tea. Tea is just an aromatic beverage consistent in pouring hot water in some leaves of a plant called “Camelia sinensis” and it’s the second most drank beverage in the world after water. This plant is original from China, in fact, there are sources that say that the first records of tea drinking are found in China the 10th century B.C, and it was a very common drink in the 3rd century B.C in China, during the Qin dynasty, during the following centuries it was expanded to Japan and Korea and it to Europe by the 16th century A.C. The processes take part on the leaves, depending on them the tea can be; - White (wilted and unoxidized, not allowed to dry) PHOTO TOUR: WELCOME TO OUR NEIGHBORHOOD. While I often write about the places we go, I thought some of you might like to see more of where we stay.
We live south of the Han River, in a small neighborhood in Seongnam. Though we originally hoped to live in a more urban area, we are very happy with our little neighborhood. It doesn’t have many restaurants or stores, but it does have access to an amazing web of woodland trails. I have gone on several exploration walks in the vicinity, and I have collected these photos to give you an idea of what we see each day.
Let’s take a tour of our neighborhood! Korea – A Year In Review. This year I’ve visited South Korea (Korea) five times.
The destination has always been Changwon City so most of my experience and observations of Korea relate to that locale. view of Changwon City from the hotel Any Westerner’s experience with Korea inevitably starts with the food. Yes, most have heard of kimchee and Korean BBQ. But until you’ve had a traditional Korean-style meal, you just have no idea. Menu display For most people new to Korean cuisine, there’s probably a period of adjustment to the spicy, pickled vegetables and hot sauces. Korean meal with side dishes The other adjustment is chopsticks. Exercise park Exercise is a visible part of Korean life. Floral statue Sculptures, statues, and various icons of religion are fairly prevalent. Haeundae Beach The new, stylish apartment buildings contrast with the older, plain rectangular designs.
New construction on Haeundae Beach Changwon's busy nightlife Nightlife in Changwon bespeaks of a vibrant local economy. Korea day 2 – Walk up Namsan pt. 10 · David Kennard Photography. This post is part of a series on the walk we went on on the second day of our Holiday in Seoul, Korea.
If you haven't read the first part, that's here: Korea day 2 - Walk up Namsan part 1. We started back down the mountain, but this time via a road instead of the steps. After a bit we came across an exercise park. We had seen one of these earlier, but lower down the mountain, and not accessible from where we were at the time. Parcours de santé coréen. Korean Exercise Parks.