Tag archives for Korea - Page 9

Delivery with some Seoul

When I lived in Korea during the mid-90s, one of the simple pleasures in life was having everything delivered.  Whether it was the yogurt lady, adorned in yellow vinyl in case the tropical monsoon storms suddenly unleashed their fury; the ...

Subway to my Seoul

Editor’s Note:  Occasionally, GreenGoPost will take you on a global tour of other cities’ transportation systems.  We’ll start in Seoul, South Korea.  We believe one of the best ways to get familiar with a city, and learn a little about ...

Pay as you Trash?

Every Tuesday night when I put out my trash cans, I’m clench my teeth when I see the amount of trash that’s going to end up either in the Inland Empire or South Central—or wherever LA’s garbage ends up. What annoys ...

Where wildlife thrives without man

There’s one little area of the world where man barely exists, where rare wildlife is actually abundant, and is a hope for some scientists to create a “gene bank” where wild animals could be reproduced and reintroduced to other parks ...

Roh Moo-hyun, 1946-2009

Former President Roh ended his life on May 23, tormented by allegations of corruptions against him and his family. I won’t go into the pro or cons of President Roh.  I left Korea in 1998, so I can’t really take a ...
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