Day 4 – Seoul Downtown

Want to read a novel? Yeah, didn’t think so.

Well day 4 was jam-packed. I thought I had seen the extent of Seoul by exploring the streets…but boy was I wrong. THIS CITY IS AMAZING. It is full of so many variegated sites! To give you an idea– there were about 10 different bus tours that could have taken us to about 15 different locations. We chose 1 bus tour, only hit 6 of the locations, and that took up the whole day.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and I took about 40 pictures. So how about I just show you my day, and we’ll have that compensate for 40,000-ish words–eh? Feel free to click on these pictures and read the captions.

Site 1: Gyeongbokgung Palace (경복궁)

 

Oh, almost forgot. Check it out–  there were so many people in Korean traditional outfits; I don’t know what for….maybe a Korean school? But I came across these random girls in hamboks and asked them for a picture. Hahaha

Site 2: Namdaemun Market (남대문시장)

Site 3 & 4: Itaewon Shopping Street (이태원 쇼핑거리) / Dongdaemun Complex (동대문)

Site 5: Namsangol Hanok Village (남산골한옥마을)

Site 6: N Seoul Tower (N 서울타워)

And by then, our day was pretty much gone. The Seoul Tour Bus still had several other places to stop, but we had spent so much time at these places already! See what I mean? Jam-packed. Thanks for reading 🙂

-K

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