In May 2008, I had the chance to visit Korea as part of an international conference as well as to visit Scott.
Built in 1935, it is the main royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty.
As it turned out, they are burial mounds. Koreans traditionally bury their dead on hills and mountains.
One of Korea's major skyscrapers.
You pay extra for a lady to pour your drinks. Nope, I did not go inside.
Korea has rows of prostitution rooms like the ones in Amsterdam.
The magpie is Korea's national bird.
A short clip of guards going home.
A stroll in Changjon-dong.
Prostitution though illegal in Korea is a 20 Billion US Dollar industry. Foreign women from Southeast Asia and Russia are trafficked into Korea to serve primarily the US Servicemen at the Bases there. These local Korean women however service Korean men. The most notorious of all hooker districts is in Itaewon on Hooker Hill.
In a survey by Men's Health Magazine, Korean men claim to have more sex than any other nationality (over 30 countries were included in the survey) at almost 5 times a week, incidentally on the same survey, Korean women are the most sexually dissatisfied.