March 19, 2011 at 5:51 pm (Photographs)
On our first day in Korea, we were greeted with what’s called a Civil Defense Drill. This drill used to be carried out monthly, but now it happens twice a year. All traffic stops for about 20 minutes, and people prepare for a possible air-raid or other threat.
That afternoon, we went to a quaint little coffee shop just around the corner that would fit right in in Whitehorse. The owner has different plants and trees all over the shop, some of which are only found in Korea.
And they served my favourite: Caramel Macchiato.