Summary: Because of the clashed schedules, the first meeting was consisted by only three members (Camila, Raphael and Lígia).
We discussed about the Tourism topic since we are all interested in visiting Korea someday. Camila is majoring in Tourism, which was a great complement to our discussion. We find amazing that there are so many Korean natural sites included on Unesco’s World Heritage List. After one-hour meeting, we elaborated some questions related to the content of the PDF file and some others about the subject.
Camila Bubenick: "It was really fun to discuss this topic since is the course I’m doing my graduation. It’s cool to see the different aspects it one of us have in thought reading those topics."
Raphael Morbeck: "I thought it was really interesting to share our different opinions and knowledge about tourist attractions and tourist places in Korea."
Lígia Takafuji: "It's really fun and interesting to meet people who have the same interest and passion for Korea. Through the discussion of this topic, we were able to learn and to instigate our curiosity about touristic sites and activities."
There are still tigers in Jirisan mountain or all of them really disappeared?
What kind of rare animals are in Jirisan mountain?
What makes those mood flat famous inside and outside Korea?
There are other waterfalls besides those in Seoraksan?
What are the most memorable Korean experiences/activities that tourists should try?