*제5회 국무총리배 세계아마바둑선수권대회*
It finally came to the biggest event of the year for all strong amateur go players of over 70 nations, the 5th Korea Prime Minister Cup or Korea Ambassador Cup. Commencing from the 21st October to the 27th October, 2010.
Ever since the year 2007, Igo Society of Brunei has been invited by Go Association around the world one after another to participate in their respectful event. Xinwen had participated as player since 2007.
External Link of the 2009, 4th Korea Prime Minister Cup:-
External Link for the 2008, 3rd Korea Prime Minister Cup:-
*Journey to Changwon*
Xinwen, as player and Si Xiang, as official (given chance that she missed the AABC of 2009) set their journey from Brunei on the 20th of October, 2010 doing transit at Kuala Lumpur International Airport reaching at 21 30 then catching the next flight at 23 40 using the Korean Airline to Incheon International Airport, South Korea.
Flight took about 6 hours, and after reaching to the Airport, players were had to wait and gathered before departing to the destined Hotel for overnight before moving the Changwon the next day.
Friends that met at the airport such as Jia Cheng of Singapore, Wan Kao of Macao, Miranti of Indonesia, Philip Cher of Malaysia and many more.
*Hotel Sky of Incheon*
Two hotels, Hotel Sky and Hotel Airpark were booked for the 70 countries. Small Hotel seemingly to the one Tune Hotel of Malaysia, with small compartment room nicely decorated with colours and flowers.
*A day in Seoul*
After getting settled; Xinwen, Si Xiang, Jia Cheng, Mr.Kwo (President of Singapore Weiqi Association), Billy Chia, Philip, Miranti and Mr. Kim (official of Indonesia) went for a tour in Seoul from Hotel Sky. The journey was not easy due to the limitation of public transportation from the hotel, riding the bus going back Incheon International Airport (40-minutes), then buying ticket of 15,000 per person to go City Hall, Seoul for an hour journey.
Fortunately with Mr. Kim tagged along, he had brought the crew to varies attraction from Dalksugung Palace, Dongdaemun, Cheonggyechen Stream and a old streets (seemingly like Petaling Street of Malaysia) with many specialized shops.
*Meet up with Sunhye!*
Dated back 2007 to 2009, the person in-charge for overseas department was always Su Young and Sun Hye but obviously working for the baduk association likely not possible for everlasting and thus a new guy replaced Sun Hye, Mr. Park Chang Jin.
It was very fortunately to get to meet Sun Hye who would be leaving to Osaka, Japan the next day (22nd October, 2010).