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... chanced upon the City Wall Museum, free and very modern except it was mostly in Korean.
Brunch in a roadside restaurant, excellent rice cake mixed with noodles and a rice ball filled with bulgogi beef and covered with seaweed flakes.
Linda then discovered the Dongdaemun market. Original plans were held in abeyance for the next few hours while we went shopping where Tim ended up with most of the stuff.
Back towards the hotel to ...
... elderly and obtaining enlightenment. It also includes male dominance and female inferiority.
To obtain enlightenment, one must bow 108 times, eat no fish/meat and follow the principles of Buddhism. The belief in reincarnation is strong which is why killing animals is avoided, (one may exist as an animal in his/her next life).
The fish is a symbol of enlightenment due to the fact that it never closes its eyes even when sleeping; it is always watchful.
... with all the big chains, like H&M, Uniqlo, Geordano, etc... The Korean idols seemed to take advantages of their popularity to get advertising deals with these big chains. It was not hard to find familiar faces on the front door of these chains, like Lee Min Ho, Kim Soo Hyun, Jun Ji Hyun, Kim Woo Bin, etc...
On the side streets, there seemed to have endless number of smaller coffee shops / ...
... there, his name is Billy. He's like a cute huge teddy bear, and really really kind to us. first stop of course the hotel, and then we're off to have our lunch (yeah, too much taking selfie, and oooppss it's lunch time!) at CJ Food Hall. I gotta say, this is like a common korean food, and we can have it in Jakarta (bibigo and etc).
then we're off to myeong dong street via subway, lots of selfie pictures here and there, and voila! we're here!
this is a great place ...
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# of trains: 138
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4