Three days in Seoul will provide you with mere impressions of the city: Panoramas of skyscrapers rolling over hills like waves of concrete and steel; flashes of neon light reflecting in rivers and streams; and aromas of Korean BBQ in the air all around you.
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I felt as I’d lived through all of “Eat, Pray, Love” within Osaka’s city limits and the span of two sunsets.
Which of these unique destinations would you most like to visit in 2015?