The Shilla Seoul
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... that was only a few hundred meters from the hotel. We were also disappointed that going up to the gate house was not allowed. Back to our room for one last go with the in room combo washer and dryer. Went to a restaurant next to the hotel for chicken ginseng soup which was better than what we had while we were on tour.
Our last expedition was to the Lotte main department store. We didn't have time for all 12 floors.
Off to Japan tomorrow ...
... missing/dead from the ferry accident to jeju island (the same island we would visit later but by plane). The people of Korea are still very much affected by the tragedy. The sign that hung from the Buddhist temple gate of jogyesa offered condolences for the victims. People provided offerings to the happy Buddha at the entrance.
Afterwards, we visited a Korean palace. There are 5 palaces in Seoul, but Gyeongbok is the largest. Also, it was where the last royal family lived. ...
... food stores any corners you turn. They seemed to like the ice shaving shops everywhere as well, mental note that we had to give that a try.
With so many coffee shops, and only one stomach, it was quite hard to decide which cafe to go in, but we ended up choosing the one that had good advertisement on the street (a sign with mouth watering cakes on), please read on the next blog about Maman Gāteau...
... it's for KPOP lovers and cosmetics lovers.
after spending quite amount of money here in myeong dong street, we're off to Cheong Gye Chon Stream.
the famous Cheong Gye Cheon Stream! yeah, we're here because of one of our favorite KDrama called "Lie To Me", the one where Hyun Ki Jun loved to spend times walking here. and it is such a beautiful place.
we call it a night after spending the last hours of today in Hong Dae.
and we're ready for day 2!
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