I regret that I haven't had the opportunity to post much during this trip, due to lack of computer access (though I have kept notes in a notebook). I've only written two substantive posts on my hiking trip as it's developed so far, though I could've written many more.
At the "PC Room" in which I now sit, I've majorly revised and updated post-155, "The Mystery of the Halmi Holes (Or, Finding North Korean Foxholes in the Mountains)". I'm not certain that what I found are North Korean in origin, but I think there's a compelling case to be made for it. I'm open to all suggestions and I think it's an interesting subject.
I have to pay by the hour to use the Internet at these "PC Rooms". This one costs 1,200 Won ($1.00 U.S.) per hour. I'll leave here soon and try to find the E-Mart in this city. It's my only hope, I think, to find some peanut butter to make sandwiches for the next big leg of the hike.
One way or another, I'll return to Seoul around November 1st. Thanks for reading.