The way back was quite entertaining – vegeTRAIN vegan food and meeting celebrities (and getting songs stuck in our heads).
But the food labelling thing really made me laugh – all the stickers were the same, that means that they ordered tons of them and someone clearly didn’t reread them.
In the Seoul history museum, they literally recreated someone’s whole flat from the 80s.
On my last day, it was raining so I headed out to the Seoul history museum – first time there and I wish I had gone there before! I even found the place where I was staying on the 3D Seoul recreation.
You cant’ take photos (no cameras, not even a phone) in the 4th tunnel (am I getting the numbers right?) – I have vague recollections that you could previously you could… but I might be misremembering. In the 3rd tunnel, there are no restrictions. Walking in the 3rd tunnel is much harder though, I banged my head a few times because of the high unevenness.
This was the first time I went to the other invasion tunnel that’s not too-too far from Seoul. It’s definitely less touristy than the 4th one and the whole thing was a bit more interesting, although that might due to the fact that I have been on the “usual” DMZ trip many times.
I knew I had been working on nutrition stuff too much when one of the bits I paid most attention to at the museum was on the food allocations for the prisoners.