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After my brother spent a long hard winter in the Republic of Korea we decided to take advantage of my wife’s recent business trip to Australia to go to visit him. This is the first in a short series of posts about my week in Korea.
I took a flight over to Seoul while my other half was in Melbourne and met my brother in the bustling capital of the south of the Korean peninsula. On her way back from Oz we met up with my wife in Seoul. I must say that having a globe trotting wife does have its advantages, mainly really cheap holidays half way across the world.
So where did we go?
We only had just over a week and … Continue reading