Recently, I had the chance to spend a few days in Seoul and Daejeon Korea to work directly with one of our customers. It had been about a year since I was overseas last, so my travel bug was starting to surface once again. So off I went, on a Delta 777 that sounded like it was about to fall apart. Most of my days were tied up in meetings being productive, which isn’t the best way to explore a new country. Next time I’ll have to see if I can stay for an extra few days. Korea was an interesting place. There are multiple alphabets in use, nearly everyone has a new car loaded with tons of after-market electronic gadgetry, and you can get by surprisingly well without knowing a single word of Korean! The food was a challenge at times for those who can’t deal with seafood well, but that’s no excuse to be rude….try it, you might like it. I had a chance to do a little geocaching while I was in Seoul. This included my first intercontinental transport of a travel bug!
As always, you can follow me on my journey via my extension to the google maps API by clicking here.
Oh, and before I forget: Beware the toilets.