Our flights from the U.S. to Incheon South Korea originated from different U.S. locations, but we all arrived about the same time.
Each group was met at the Incheon airport by a native tour guide who was to be our shepherd during our stay in South Korea. Our Outpost Harry group was a small sub-group and our Tour Guide during our stay was Jade Ryoo. She was our go-to person and conduit between the South Korea citizens we met giving advice and explaining local customs. She kept our group together and on schedule throughout our stay. He job, at times, resembled herding cats.
Once all of the OP Harry group members arrived and were assembled, our baggage was collected and we followed our bags outside where a local bus waited to take us from Incheon to our Hotel in Seoul.
It was an hour's drive over landscape that has undergone radical changes from the devastated 3rd world country in the 1950's for the dynamic growth where it now stands as the 3rd largest morphological city and 3rd largest population in world today.