There is also an amusement park for kids, but we didn't go to that because Sohee and I are too big, and Hannah is too small.
Anyways, near the gate is a few guards, like they have in some of the palaces. This dude posed with me and didn't stab me with his sword.
|Our shoes are centuries apart, yet quite similar.|
|7-11 has been an important part of Korean history|
|Thanks for the hay!!|
|Teachers just don't have beards like that anymore.|
|Boom! Nailed it!|
The temple itself is really beautiful. Inside is a decent size Buddha and contains a whole bunch of candles lit up inside. I couldn't take a picture inside as a monk was in there. A few Korean drama scenes have been shot in this temple (actually all around this folk village), so it was cool to see some of these in real life. Disregard the blue tarp, they were doing some reno's (I know that pain).
|I just remembered I have more reno's to do at home in Regina.|
|He was actually hit pretty hard. Friends always like to see you in pain.|
|Kid: "I want to go to jail when I grow up!!"|
|Gazebo's are way cooler in Korea.|
|Another amazing meal.|
|I hope my parents put the brakes on.|
|They were all kids. Not fighting each other with rad weapons.|
|I have farmer's blood, so this is very natural for me.|
|Reward for a job well done.|