July 2, 2011

Arriving in Seoul, South Korea

As many of you know from reading my Tweets, I recently was on a two-week journey to Korea, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Dubai, Nice, and Cannes.  The first stop on my circumnavigation of the globe, which, by the way, was a business trip, began in Seoul, South Korea.  Charles Koppelman, our Chairman, joined me for the Asian portion of the junket, which took us to many business meetings.  After landing at Seoul Incheon International Airport, we drove about forty minutes to downtown Seoul, crossing the beautiful Youngjong Bridge, one of more than two-dozen bridges connecting the different parts of Seoul.  I discovered that unlike other growing Asian cities, such as Peking, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore, to name a few, Seoul does not have a soaring a skyline – not yet, anyway.

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