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It lacked a certain buzz that I thrive on in Asian cities. And as I passed through new towns, I realised that locals had told me things prior to my arrival which were filled with an abundance of pride which in itself is beautifulbut which in reality were nothing more than just another nondescript town with one or two areas of interest. Japan was incredible and after spending one month there, I was on a huge come down.
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That came after decades of colonisation by Japan. This term refers to the post-war industrialisation of Korea, which saw immense technological advancement, rapid urbanisation including the Seoul subway system in use todaybooming high standards of living and educational reforms, the hosting of huge sporting events including the Summer Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, as well as placing the country on global stage with the formation of international companies including Samsung, Hyundai and LG.
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I agree with some of the points but I had a great time in South Korea! I absolutely loved it. Maybe because i havent been to Japan yet! I spent four days in Seoul roughly three years ago, and I enjoyed my time. I cant say I love the country because I only saw the capital city.
I think they are completely different… But… I did learn to enjoy a lot of what Seoul had to offer. Being a native Korean and also a Japanophile, I have to agree that Japan is amazingly more interesting. Everything from the Shinto temples to Akihabara to the countryside is very Japanese and it gives you an Oriental feel.
I am very disillusioned with this country, specially having so many expectations when I first came here like four years ago. I think Seoul takes a LOT of digging around and a lot of time.
Living there, I am sure it is a different manner, because travelling for a few days is a different perception. However, I would say the coffee scene and coffee shops were one of my most favourite things. Hi Becki, Courageous post, my respect!
I can remember harsh criticism when I wrote that I did not enjoy Chile as much as Argentina… And impressive that you acknowledge that we all tend to compare the incomparable, because we are used to it were taught to do so?
In my experience, expats are much more negative about the place they live than other Wanting to meet outdoor girl in Yeosu I Wanting to meet outdoor girl in Yeosu basically an expat myself, even though I love the place I chose Cheers Gilles. I found expats in Radiometric dating correct were very positive and they actually provided better insight into the country and its culture.
Wanting to meet outdoor girl in Yeosu disagree with your expat comments. In the end of the day, they are still foreigners. I find that Wanting to meet outdoor girl in Yeosu really are the true believers in the country — which is great.
Jeju Island really saved it for me though. But yes, Japan blows pretty much everywhere out of the water!! I can see why it would disappoint you if you went seeking sights. It took a while for me to get to grips with Seoul, too. Your closing paragraph is so true. If you do go back, make sure you head to Naked sauna for couple in Unye the rural northeast and take my tips about Daegu on board!
Sadly, it really is about drawing as much information as possible from people. Books are useless and locals are very, very proud. If I ever go back, I will be sure to either meet you there, or spend hours noting down your expert knowledge.
How could I NOT respond to this post? This is assuming the former two places are still open if you do choose to revisit someday in the distant future. Aaaanyway, I think expats who have been in Korea a little while are often more useful than local Koreans, who can, as you write, have an often romanticised view of things, or misunderstand the kind of thing that backpacker-type people are looking for.
The job opportunities there seem Wanting to meet outdoor girl in Yeosu — I have a friend working for LG and leading a great expat life!
The national parks will most definitely be on my hit list when? I return, now that I have seen the other main hot spots that were on my original list. Are you not keen on showing your friends and family around then? People were well too greedy for my liking which surprised me in a communist countryand they constantly tried to rip us off. I am still glad I went though, as the country, i. I went years ago and loved it but am scared to go back in case I dislike a lot of it too. I definitely feel like I always read about South Korea from the perspective of expats, rather than travelers.
It certainly is the expats who spread the love, since they call it home for so long. Love your honesty Becki. I think if you have friends there already then you will have a much better experience — my best times were with friends who had the local knowledge and insight to show me things I might otherwise had not found yourself. You put into words what I was trying to process about my time in Korea. I was there in September and felt exactly the same. I found it underwhelming in the end. I constantly hear about the mountain trails and those off-beat rural spots, so I definitely think that would be an interesting other side to the country for sure.
I was in South Korea with my family the Summer before last. This article brought back so many terrific memories for me. Thanks for sharing Becki! South Korea is a little like what China is becoming into. They care more about boosting the national GDP to such an extent their country is almost too business minded as oppose to becoming a attractive cultural hotbed. I would have to say that I prefer Korea hands down, but as you say, Korea is not known for its tourism infrastructure.
It would help a lot if you know the history and language.
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