Best Korea women
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How easy or difficult is it to get into Best Korea, find a typically feminine, traditional waifu, and get her out of the country to wherever you live in the rest of the world?
UK here, btw. Would totally race-mix with this beauty. Only real problem would be the language barrier, but that would be overcome with time.
Sorry for x-posting, don't know the most relevant board for this.
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The beauty of the internet, for advice on my travels i go to the mysterious land of internet teenage depravity. w/e tho cus id like any advice i can get, and to be fair, the travel thread seems fairly morally secure....
Anyway, back to my trip, graduated high school in Canada, been a fairly white middle class kid my whole life, altho not completely sheltered from the outside world. Taking my savings from the last few years and going traveling to south east asia for the culture shock.
I land in Hong kong on Jan 17th, and have a ticket booked home from Bangkok 4 months later (this return flight can be changed for something like 90 bucks). my current plan is to fly into Han Hoi and then travel by land south through Vietnam, Cambodia and then up to Thailand, stopping wherever i feel like and doing whatever i want.
I have a few plans on things to do and places to stay, but everything is very flexible and i expect to be meeting people in hostels who will be giving good advice on the cool places to visit.
If anyone on this forum can think of; good places to stay, place to avoid, food to try, cities i should go out of my way to visit, customs to be aware of (head touching is a no no, and pointing your feet), or any other jolly tibits of info id very greatfull.
Thanks in advance
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i was going to germany for a little over two weeks in february for some soccer tourism, but i don't want to drop a shit ton of money on a car, so i decided to go by rail. anyone here know how the german rail pass deal works? if i buy a pass for like 3-4 days, those don't have to be consecutive days, right? so i can enjoy the cities for a while then travel when i need to? or would i be better off just grabbing a ticket when i need one and travel that way?
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Hi /trv/elers, next year I'll stay 6 months in Seoul for my semester abroad (at Sogang University, if anyone cares). I'm from Germany so let's say Seoul was love at first sight and I'm already really excited to go there.
Any places you can recommend me to visit? Or just tell me everything you know about Seoul, about culture, everyday life, do's and dont's, whatever it is, I care.