Let me stretch my fingers and dust out this place a little, ahem…
I took a quick trip to NYC last Sunday to check out some Christmas decorations (christmas trees, store windows, all that!). Unfortunately we didn’t see anything too amazing… maybe they’re putting them up late? maybe everyone decided to tone it down? who knows.
I put together a short video of the town to capture the atmosphere a little better. This is my first 5×5 video (Vimeo has a whole special category for these if you wanna check it out) so don’t look for anything fancy here.. they’re just a few scenes from the trip 😉
P.S. I noticed a huuuge number of new visitors on my blog this past week (thank you, Tumblr, for featuring my DIY post!). Welcome all! Thanks for checkin’ this blog out! I’ve actually been working on an “About” page, so bear with me!
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 😉