An uneventful 10 hour flight, arriving +8 hours (not 9, sorry if I told you different) meaning its now 5pm and not in fact time to get up and go to work. Highlight of the plane journey was being served bibimbap for the in-flight meal, a traditional Korean dish of rice with mixed vegetables, pickles and in this case meat. You dress your plate with sesame oil and hot red chilli pepper sauce. Breakfast was that classic Western dish of omelette, broccoli and beans. Otherwise 6000 miles passed uneventfully. It’s warm here, 23 degrees and extremely foggy (I think, rather than smoggy) with very limited visibility. I hooked up with 2 of the other delegates at the airport and got a taxi to Hoam Faculty, on the Seoul National University campus. Soon Johnjoe McFadden and I are going to check out downtown Seoul in an hour or so, but first a wash n’ brush-up. I picked up a leaflet for a DMZ tour at the reception – looks like a must. Unfortunately we are scheduled for a breakfast meeting tomorrow at 8:30am with some SNU professors, so not sure when we will have time for that.