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Monday, December 21, 2009

Remembering Korea

The following photos below were taken during our last few weeks in Korea. The first photo was taken at the entrance of Home Plus from the roof top parking area.

This was taken inside the Navy Store inside the ROK Navy base. Every month, they have one aisle full of sales item like birthday cards, shoes, baby clothes but most of the time, candies and snacks. Isn't it neat how they decorate even their sale stuff? That's how ornate Koreans are especially on gardening.

I love the way these bottles look. These were displayed on top of the cakes shelf. I am not sure if these are fruit juices or fruit wines but whatever they are, they look tasty lol.

This was on the first floor of Home Plus. I really like these small planters, aren't they cute?

Thanks for dropping by and for leaving your trail folks! Have a merry Christmas!

40 comments:

  1. well I can really tell you miss Korea a lot Mommy Rose..but I also know how happy you are to be back in the mainland..have a great Christmas..

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  2. I could understand your feelings. Enjoy yoyr the season spirit!

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  3. I know you miss Korea.. dont worry Korea is Korea.. spending time with family in this coming Xmas its all matter..Merry Xmas

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  4. hello miss.. just followed you and added u in my bloglist too!

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  5. followed u miss.. pls do the same..

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  6. number one nga ako..hihi..
    i think konte na lang din gumamela sa province namin now.. unlike ng bata kame, parang makikita mo sa lahat ng bahay ata at parang natikman ko na din nektar non.. :D
    dito sa manila, wala na ko nakikita talaga..
    btw, mami-miss mo talaga ang korea, but with all those photos, parang malapit pa rin..

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  7. Ganda ng mga display nila. I really like that bottles too. They are very colorful.

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  8. hehehe...miss mo talaga Korea Rose? hehe..at pinagsama-sama pa ang mga memes..hehe type ko yong mga colored bottles Rose.

    ready na rin ang BlUe Monday, MYM ko pero separate blogs hehehe

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  9. They looks great all your pics for blue Monday...

    mine is here

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  10. It looks great shots...Happy mellow yellow Monday.

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  11. Thanks, Rose, for posting some interesting shots. Happy Blue Monday and Merry Christmas!

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  12. remembering korea, parang may kurot ano kapag lumisan ka sa isang lugar tapos iisipin mo yung mga times na maganda doon. waaaaa, ano ba yan, ang layo na agad ng tinakbo ng isip ko. merry xmas mommy rose. salamat sa walang sawang pagdaan kahit puro awitin lang yon blog ko..ingat lagi..

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  13. wow wish we could visit Korea too :) thanks for the tour sissy! me rin I miss your kiddos!

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  14. Hi Chubskulit, Thank you for dropping by my place. Its been a long time, ha ha.
    Anyway, please come back again, I have kept several presents for those I missed earlier....got you something special, *wink*.

    Nice pics of Korea. You're a good photographer.
    Here's wishing you and family a Merry Christmas and the best of Seasons greetings, Lee.

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  15. The feeling is very understandable Mommy rose...but to think that you are close now to your FIL and other relatives that is a very big plus..Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    MYM~Nativity scene

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  16. Nice photos. At least even if you miss Korea, you have lotsa photos to remember how great place it was.
    MellowYellow

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  17. always exciting
    shopping at the navy store
    a feast for the eyes

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  18. So much colors ! This looks like a very nice place !!!

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  19. I have visited Korea 4 times, mostly the Jeju Island area. They have multi-leveled stores there too. The one I enjoyed shopping in is called,"EMart." I liked exploring all the levels and I also noticed how nicely everything is displayed. I miss Korea too!

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  20. great collection of photos you have here sis Rose...those bottled drinks look tasty...

    thanks for the visit

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  21. I am inspired of the Koreans ornateness....very impressive!

    thanks for sharing sis...ganda ang entry na ito ah...3-in-1.....:)

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  22. Anyong haseyo! Those are really nice. Thanks for sharing them and thanks for dropping by my MYM today as you always do.
    Happy holidays!!

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  23. Bilib ako sa iyo Rose, napakarami mong reserbang litrato, lol. Kaya hindi ka nahihirapang mag post. Pipili ka lang nang mga magaganda mong litrato at presto, me instant post ka na, lol. Ang galing nga nang mga Koreano. Very artistic at neat sila, para ding mga Hapon. Very orderly pa. Maraming matututunan ang mga Pinoy sa kanila lalo na sa pagiging disiplinado nila. Thanks for the post. Merry Christmas to you all. God bless you all always.

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  24. I truly enjoyed seeing such neat things from your part of the world. You did a great job with all your pictures.

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  25. The store looks so interesting. It is amazing how different things can look in stores in different parts of the world.

    Kathy b

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  26. wow, nice, how I wish I could also visit Korea, hehe!... Thanks for the visit Rose, blessings this Christmas!

    http://bacolodandbeyondjourney.blogspot.com

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  27. Very pretty, I love the different color bottles too and the corner plantstand I would love to have.
    Have a very Merry Christmas!

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  28. Beautiful retail rubies! Amazing how we look for red for a Tuesday post, they jump at us everywhere!

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  29. Great way to fit all the photo themes into one.

    Paz ;-)

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  30. That's some pretty fancy Ruby stuff, Gurrrl!

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  31. Nice shots. I liked the bottles of juice especially, they were neat with the reflection in the shelving.
    Thanks for the visit!

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  32. Korea must have many qualities of which I am not familiar.
    A Ruby shopping tour is not what I had expected.
    Nice though.
    From Felisol

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  33. The bottles are very colorful. I too wonder what's in them.

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  34. Everything looks so bright and festive...I especially like the bottles lined in a row.

    My Ruby Tuesday is "Santa's Got a Brand New Bag"...HERE is the Permalink

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  35. It was fun seeing inside of the store. Very impressive how they arrange the sale items!

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  36. Thank you for your Comment on my blog.
    You have a very nice blog and photos.
    Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year
    Ladyinblue/Sweden
    http://ladyinblue.bloggplatsen.se/

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  37. Rose, thank you for this nice showing of your home store, back home. I enjoyed the tour.

    Your family collage is nice too!
    Happy RT! Thank you for peeking in on my girls and dogs. And for the cute comment.

    Merry Christmas, :-)
    ..

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  38. It is so much fun to see other parts of the world.Thanks for sharing, HRT

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