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If you have kids with you on your trip, you should take them to the Busan Sea Life Aquarium! It only takes an hour to go through all the exhibits, so even younger kids won't get antsy. There are a lot of cool exhibits here, including psychedelic blacklight displays, a petting area for small sea creatures, an all-glass tunnel, fun selfie walls, and enormous aquariums filled with the largest fish you'll ever see! I was also heartened that many of the displays made it a point to talk about sea conservation and the proper care of sea life. JELLY BELLIES. The jellyfish display is a definite crowd-pleaser. If you want something a little more quaint, head to the Gamcheon Culture Village, which is a colorful, hilly maze of arts and crafts shops that will take you a whole afternoon to explore. The gorgeous scenery is definitely a highlight, as the village overlooks more candy-colored homes set against the peaceful mountainside. The Little Prince fans will always love it here; look for the special spot and you'll know what I mean! BUILDING BLOCKS. The view is reminiscent of Brazil's colorful favelas.
A big one could be a demand to cease the U.S.-South Korean war games that North Korea claims are preparation for invasion. They start in March, and Washington has so far been adamant that they are crucial. But Moon, a liberal who has always wanted to engage the North, will also have to convince a good portion of his own people who are deeply wary about North Korean intentions. Throw in there the accusations that South Korea has had to arrange huge payouts for past meetings, and that these earlier encounters, while certainly producing indelible images, have done little to slow North Korea’s pursuit of nuclear weapons. After the threats, missile launches and general nastiness from the North over the last year, there is still a lot of anger, fear and skepticism in the South. No amount of handshakes or smiles, or even Korean booze, can remove that. Even if there are more meetings between the rivals after the games, to discuss the nuclear standoff, to discuss ways their militaries could ease friction, accomplishing something is another matter. South Korea wants a northern neighbor without nukes; North Korea vows to keep its weapons until the United States discards its “hostile” policies against the country. Hours before Friday’s opening ceremony in Pyeongchang, Japan’s Abe warned Moon not to fall for North Korea’s “smile diplomacy” during the Olympics, according to Moon’s office. Pence carried a similar message.