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Posted 24 Mar 12 - 02:49 AM
I have been visited Korea 3 times and havent got bored re-visit ^^...i have experiences about how difficult to communicate in english...but I never blame myself when I cant speak Korea but have an urge to visit it..hahaha~..not really blame them either but why you guys advertise about ur tourism when its hard for foreigner in asking directions ...sorry...yeah, they (korean) seem scared in speaking english and feel relieved when we ask them in korean (its still hard for me after finally learned a little about korean language cause the pronouciation still wrong when they listen to me ...) but some people who understand english will happy in helping you even they only translete to others include policeman .. I have read some replies about wanna stay in korea for months, me too..and I hope after that I can finally satisfy with korea... ^^
Posted 25 Mar 12 - 01:18 PM
I want to visit Korea as well as I want to see the places that I saw in the dramas.. .
Posted 02 Aug 12 - 04:10 AM
Posted 09 Jun 14 - 02:44 AM
I have an unusual question for those who live (have lived) in S. Korea. I like to do photography and hope to visit Korea one day, and my question is if it is rude to photograph people over there. It seems like so many beautiful people come from S. Korea but I don't want to offend anyone if I just start clicking away. Here in Wisconsin I don't find many people that I want to get on film, but I have a feeling that I might be locked up for going camera crazy once I set foot on S. Korean soil.
And of course, are they any places beside the DMZ where permission is required to do photography. I had heard some places require that you have your passport with you even though your not leaving the country, so maybe photography is against the rules? Or do you recommend just going to the local police station and asking??
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