Seoul, Day One

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  1. David says:



    Heh. Classic. I can't believe how grown up she and Evan now seem.

    "Some of us napped."

    There's an oblique statement.

  2. Doug says:

    Thanks for the pics and the post. I look forward to more.

  3. Scott Jacobs says:

    Who's the creepy white dude standing behind the kids in the 5th picture? :)

  4. Doug says:

    Its grandpa. lol.

  5. Jag says:

    Great post and pics. Look forward to more.

  6. Dwight Brown says:

    EVAN. No. No I am not."

    You know, there's actually a deep philosophical question buried in that exchange…

  7. Tammy Stevenson says:

    Ken, It's a bit deja vu reading your blog. My husband and I just took our kids (ages 12, 8, and 4) to Seoul March 6-15. (Although we brought home baby #4 in the process…) We also stayed at the Somerset and already the kids are comparing and contrasting our strolls down Insa-Dong. We look forward to following the rest of your journey!

  8. Jan Maier says:

    I loved this…especially the part about Evan turning into you and you turning into your dad…..I'm laughing my as off too..i's a grandparent's revenge!!!

  9. Jan Maier says:

    addendum…clearly I know how to spell ass..and it's not as!

  10. Erich Martell says:

    Wow. What a great travelogue. Thanks!

  11. C. S. P. Schofield says:

    Your family sounds a great deal like mine, back in 1975, save that I was in my teens and the country in question was England. I hope your have as much fun, and that your kids come away with as much as I did.

    When you get back – if you haven't already – check out P.J. O'Rourke's dateline Korea piece in his book HOLIDAYS IN HELL. I'd be interested in what you think of it.

  12. Elfkin says:

    Ken, what a great trip! Get any sweet art in Insadong?