Ibis Ambassador Seoul Gangnam
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... ordered noodles with beef, but when it came it was served cold and he said it was revolting. So not a good start to our Korean food experience! We then found the teashop Will had researched on the internet. It was beautiful inside, like the inside of a traditional house. We both choose different teas which were lovely. They have a lot more herbal and floral teas than the Chinese. We then wandered around the Insa-Dong area looking at small shops and market ...
... deal for tourists is, you buy the seafood from the shops, and then the fishmonger will direct you to a nearby restaurant they have contacts with, and they will cook it for you. We didn't buy much, only a few prawns (not the huge ones, as they were 10,000 won each), a skewer of scallops (each are as big as a hacky sack, and 5 of them cost 15,000 won). They took us to a nearby Korean restaurant, the usual setup for a traditional ...
... in Korea. Located in the heart of Seoul is Korea's largest outdoor market. it is so large that you need a tourist map just to navigate your way around. Unlike the traditional markets in smaller towns that sell fresh produce and raw meats, this market sells anything and everything you could possibly need to buy on any given day. The whole market takes up several city blocks and is usually blocked off from cars however the odd one does sneak in from time to time. ...
... one day and find the lock that we secured there when we were on this journey. Finally on our last day we thought we would check out the world's largest underground mall. There isn't really a lot we can say about this place, except that it is by far the most confusing and frustrating place we have been yet. One thing Seoul is seriously lacking is proper signage. In subways, on streets and definitely in this mall, signs indicating the correct way to go are either not present or ...
... busy. I highly recommend the guksu. We didn't spend much time there, but it would have been nice to spend more time on a sunnier and busier day to get a better sense of the atmosphere of the space.
After Myeongdong we walked to Namsan and climbed up the mountain to get to the decks of the Namsan tower with the famous love locks. There was a gift shop and some cafes and other stores; there was even a ...