The last day and a half spent in Seoul were very chill. Day 5, we took a slow start to recuperate from all the walking around and touristy activities of Day 4.
My Seoul trip posts end here (finally?)! Even though it’s been two months since I was there, I still have great memories from it! However, I really miss the food and the mini Korean restaurant around the corner is not enough for me at times. I gotta make the trip to Gubei (district of Shanghai full of Japanese and Korean people) to have decent Korean food more often!
After our morning in the hanok village, we went to Gyeongbokgung (or Gyeongbok Palace).
At the other end of the Palace, in front of the National Folk Museum of Korea, we were lucky to catch this performance:
After stopping a bit for a cup of coffee, we went by Cheonggye Stream. Unfortunately, it seemed pretty empty and it was getting really cold outside, so we decided to just go home. I’m sure it’s nice to stroll along the stream in the spring… for some other time, huh 😉
Long time, no update. This semester has been pretty rough on me but I’m taking advantage of the long weekend for 清明节 Qingming Festival to catch up on blogging! I really need to finish up the Seoul posts (2 more to go!) so I can get back to what I’m up to these days
Day IV was busier than the other days so I decided to spread it into two posts.