The views along the ways seem to be always new to us. So we once again took pictures of them. We wanted all the things along the way to be etched in our memory through photos. We are sure that when we go back to the Philippines, we will reminisce all these experiences when we browse all the pictures that we've got.
The bicycle lane in every street in Korea is worth emulating. But it's quite hard to be adopted here in our country since every street is a frontyard of every Filipino House.
After the morning session, we went to the restaurant for our lunch. This time we ate at Chinese restaurant where in we were served with fish fillet which tasted very Filipino.
The training day ended at almost 4:50 in the afternoon. We expected we will go straight to the restaurant to have our dinner but we were surprised when we were led to a norae bang which means videoke bar. Every one was excited to sing and for having that funny activity aside from the usual routine that we did for the past few days. We stayed there for more than 90 minutes and all of us were given a chance to sing even though our voices are not that pleasant to hear. But we were amazed with some trainees who have nice singing voice like Mr. Raymundo Salazar.
When we were about to leave, one of the Korean volunteers distributed to us her souvenir token which was a decorated colorful paper mug which can be used as pencil holder.
After that, we proceeded to a Korean restaurant and feasted once again our dinner that has 12 side dishes. When we finished our dinner, we walked back going to Hunsan Gunji House. We took a half hour rest and then we were called by our supervisor to practice our dance presentation for the last day of our seminar or the graduation day. While we were rehearsing, five Filipino visitors arrived, they were the scholars from the University of the
With them, we planned to have fun in the downtown of Jeollabuk-Do. They also taught us where to buy some souvenir items at affordable price, the places to visit and enjoy there, but unfortunately we were not allowed by the Koreans to go out. Our visitors went home at almost 12:00 o’clock in the evening. The days ended smoothly, and everybody has a good sleep after a tiring day…