Sunday, February 17, 2013, 3pm
General Adm. - Auditorium
Buddy Hatton presents "Korea, Land of Contrast"
Sunday, February 17, 2013 – 3:00 pm
With over 10 million people, a figure that doubles if you include neighboring cities and suburbs, Seoul is the largest city in South Korea and unquestionably the economic, political and cultural hub of the country. By some measures it is the second largest urban agglormeration on the planet, after Tokyo. Situated between Shanghai and Tokyo and bordered by the impenetrable North Korea to the north, the South Korean capital is sometimes overlooked by American travelers but Seoul is an exciting way to experience the Asia of old and new. Few international travelers explore the countryside of Korea, which is a tragedy and a blessing. Serene temples, picturesque mountains, lush rice paddies, unspoiled fishing villages and endless hiking opportunities are so far off the beaten track, it’s unlikely you’ll meet any Westerners (or even English speakers) on the road less traveled. (Underwritten by MBS International Airport and Independence Village)
PLEASE NOTE: This event is NOT a Midland Center for the Arts presentation.
Presented by the Kiwanis Clubs of Midland.
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