Monthly Archives: September 2021

Homi Peninsula Coastal Trail (포항 호미반도 해안둘레길)

Homigot Pohang

The Homi Peninsula coastal trail is a four-course 24.4 km trail on the east coast of Korea in Pohang. The course stretches out along the coast starting from Cheongnim stadium finishing at the Homigot Sunrise Square (호미곶 해맞이광장). On this famous tourist spot, visitors came to see the two bronze hand statues (one in the sea and one on the land) that symbolize harmony and coexistence. This trail is one of the most famous trails in Pohang and is part of the 770 Km coastal trail (Section 13 – 18) Haeperang (해파랑길) trail that stretches from the southern port of …

The Culture Map – Erin Meyers

The culture Map is a simple framework for decoding how people think and get things done across cultures. Throughout the book, the author uses real-world examples on how to succeed in managing across the diverse cultural contexts of the current workplace. “Whether you are sitting at a desk in Boston or eating at a restaurant in Beijing, communicating across cultures is the great challenge of the global economy. Getting it right will be the difference between success and failure.” Erin Meyers She provides a systematic, step-by-step approach to understanding the most common business communication challenges that arise from cultural differences …

HIKING IN KOREA: Section 5 of Daejeon Dullesan-gil (Gyejoksanseonggil Trail)

Section five of Daejeon Dullesan-gil, also known as Gyejoksanseonggil Trail, is one of my favorite trails to hike around the Daejeon. It is the 5th section of the 133 km mountain trail Daejeon’s surrounding mountains – connecting mountains like Maninsan, Sikjangsan, and Gyejoksan mountain. I have hiked this trail several times in winter and summer, and it’s been a different experience every time. Less than an hour into the course, you arrive at Galyeonseong fortress – Daejeon’s city monument 12, where you are graced with beautiful city views of the Southeastern part of Daejeon on the left side and idyllic …