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The highlight of our second day in Seoul was a visit to the Korean Folk Village, which is a theme park with a cultural heritage focus. The Korean people respect their heritage and make it a priority to teach the next generation about the ways of the past. The park is a recreation of a Joseon Dynasty peaceful village with buildings moved from sites around the country. A total of 260 traditional buildings were relocated from various ...
For all you cat lovers out there, here is the blog for you, please check the photos...
Earlier this year, Mary and Lou came to Seoul for a few days, and they stumbled across this cat cafe in Myeongdong, so Lou took me here to show me what the fuzz was about... I heard about the cats & dogs cafe in Japan & Korea, but never ever been to one myself, I was quite excited about the visit!
First, we found the mascot that we saw the other night on the ...
... and it created a ceiling of lanterns.
From Johyesa I walked to Gyeongbokgung palace. This place was neat because they had changing of the guard ceremonies and sprawling grounds with nice gardens.
I spent a couple of hours walking slowly and taking the place in. It wasn't the most magnificent temple but it was an oasis of calm in the otherwise busy Seoul.
I still had a bit ...
... first met two years ago! :o)
We went to Dragon Hill Spa, one of the best, if not THE best, jimjilbang in Seoul. At 12,000₩ (10K weekdays) it’s a bit pricier than others, but I thought it was worth every won! The 12K gets you entrance to the communal areas, saunas and baths; any food, treatments, massages etc are extra. There are warm rooms, cold rooms, hot baths, ginseng soaks, green tea soaks, skin scrubs, salt showers, steam rooms, massages, ...
... to go on the tour.
We joined the tour group, which was led by a woman in pink Hanbok, carrying a matching parasol, and speaking with the aid of a microphone. She took us through the compound, explaining the intimate details of the former royal families, the history of the buildings, and how they are made. She explained the politics and history behind many of the buildings and pointed out things that most people ...