Namdaemun Palace Hotel
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Our almost singular intent today was to go to Gyeongbokgung (경복궁) This #1 must-see palace in Seoul is conveniently located just up the road from our apartment so we head over.
We admire the be-costumed guards with the stick-on beards and stroll across the first of the outer courtyards. Hmm, the ticket offices are all closed.Weird. We follow a likely looking group of tourists to a side gate - ...
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... you could think of, you could get it here. My highlight of the visit to Namdaemun market was the brunch we had (as you can see from the subject of the blog), pork shank / jok bal!
I fell in love at the first sight of the shop, the pork shank looks simply delicious! We did our rounds at the market, but I insisted to come back to this shop to try it out... They did have a cup of the pork shank for 4,000 won, but you had to go try ...
... but no worries! While continuing my journey in Europe and the process on getting there you can bet I will throw in some stories for you! :) But I will touch on the important spots of my time there.
When I arrived a friend of mine, who had studied at my school in America, actually met me and the girl I was traveling with at the airport, I have to say I'm not sure what we would've had done if she hadn't came. Yeah I'm sure we ...
... never suspect what a large temple complex can be found behind the gates! The great statue of Maitreya Buddha, at 23 meters, is the tallest statue of Maitreya Buddha in Korea and has become the pride of Bongeunsa. The construction started in 1986 and took ten years to complete.