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... we checked in at ORD, our checked bags were whisked away and we we're informed we'd claim them once in Hanoi. Gulp.No clean undies for our night in Seoul I guess! The flight was lovely though, 13.5 hours and very nice aboard Korean air, we both slept about 5-6 hours and watched a few movies. When we were landing we heard it was only 28 degrees in Seoul and Julie says,"that can't be right." It was. Thankfully we had leg warmers and quasi-warm coats with us but it ...
... many palaces in Seoul but this one is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the one to see if you only have time to see one so I thought I'd better check it out. It reminded me of the Forbidden City in Beijing but obviously on a much smaller scale cos that place was flippin huge. It was really pretty and tranquil which you wouldn't expect in the centre of the city. I then walked to an area close by called Bukchon Hanok Village - a Hanok being a traditional Korean ...
Ma 2 barátnő társaságában finomabbnál finomabb és viccesebb helyeken jártam:
- EVEREST indiai étterem (Dongdaemun, exit 3)
- FUSION orosz étterem (Dongdaemun H&C Park, exit 5)
- HELLO KITTY kávézó (Hongdae, exit 9)
Ettünk isteni zöldséges-fűszeres ételeket, valódi ...
... to watch a "live" TV show called Inkigayo being recorded. I still can’t believe this happened. Somehow we got to bypass the very long line of teenaged girls and sit in front and center seats (shout out to the Korean television network SBS). The venue there was tiny, but the placed was fire-hazard packed. The only group I knew there was 2PM, but seeing them perform live was awesome! Actually most of it was lip-syncing and the show was pre-recorded, but just being in ...
... to Chungmuro station (transfer from Eulji-ro 3(sam)-ga). There are yellow buses at the Chungmuro station that take you directly to the N Seoul Tower. I took Bus #2, where you can also use your T-Money, and was given a panoramic view of the city on the way up. Upon reaching the stop at Mt. Namsan, I spent a bit of time hiking up to the tower. It was quite a view. I heard that the view of Namsan Tower is nicer at night, but I didn't really plan ...
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