Since I've been a bit lax lately, I thought I'd post a photo summary of a few things we've done in the last few months in Korea. I figured it would be best to catch you all up before we see you again. :0)
Ladies getting ready for the parade.
More parade folks.
Knick Knack shop.
Jake and Jason seem to share a love of wandering down random alleys.
The lanterns weren't typical laterns as you can see.
Most of them were around 15 - 20 feet tall.
And some of them breathed fire....as Bear Gryllis would say, "It was just awesome!"
Kellee, Dale, and their daughter Abbey came up to Seoul for a visit. We went to the DMZ and the War Memorial Museum. It was so cool! I learned so much about the Korean War. I think I'll start going to the non-arty museums from now on.
The DMZ is the most heavily fortified border in the world. We went there around the time that the North was shooting off rockets. Maybe that was why I found it so fascinating.
People come to the DMZ and leave memorials. It's possible they're for the families that were seperated during the war, or maybe just in solidarity for other human beings.
It rained the whole day so we didn't get very many pictures. Jason didn't want his fancy camera to get wet.