|Posing with pretty korean girls in hanbuk|
Not just the cherry blossoms but also the lovely magnolia blooms.
Yoke Lan, we see you bloom everywhere.
We saw plenty of cherry blossom trees in blooms especially around Seokchon Lake near Lotte World.
We were also very happy to cycle in Yeouido Park. Too bad we forgot to turn and cycle in the tunnel over to the Han riverside.
|Guys' kung fu stance over water|
|Photograph the photographers.|
|Pastor Peter was the preacher and Bryan was the altar boy in that beautiful little church here|
|Margaret enjoying the sakura|
|Beautiful cherry blossoms.|
|Sakura and canola in full bloom together.|
|With Esther Kim of Handong Global University. |
Thank you for your kind hospitality.
|Yummy authentic Korea beef barbecue.|
|With Sarah from Teluk Intan, Lydia hometown.|
Both Sarah and Lydia are from the same school.
|We both so loved the huge cherry blossom trees in Handong|
We were both very impressed with Handong Global University and the excellent lecturers there. HGU is ranked among the top Korean universities and yet its tuition fees are competively very low. I am very impressed with the high ration of international students. In 1 dormitory, we met 2 Peruvian girls staying with 1 Spanish girl and 1 girl from the States. We met Korean students who choose to return home from the States to study here. There were also students who transferred from other Korean universities to HGU because of the top quality education here. I was intrigued to find the freshman took global leadership. The combination of interesting double majors offered made the students well rounded and balanced. We met Professor Jae-Chun Won who worked in New York before opting to serve as Professor of Law in Handong International Law School which is linked to Harvard University
|Different nationalities - 2 Peruvians, 1 Spaniard and 1 US citizen|
in the same dormitory.
|Another fun pose by pang yeows.|