Hello again ~
I really wanted to share two awesome experiences and places in Seoul that U NEED TO take a look at !
BEFORE I get to this incredibly cute little pug on the top half of this collage I want to tell u about my first ever safari experience which I was able to get at the
Everland Theme Park
But super cold weather ( the sun couldn’t possibly warm me up against the freezing wind ) + fast rides on rollercoasters or other attractions just don’t do anyone any good .
I guess they all wanted to enjoy the really really cooool safari tours there ?
but they didn’t move much so I was totally fine throughout the tour :)
It’s cool for someone like me who won’t ever get to countries where these animals are at home .
But I did keep in mind that they are held there against their will .
it’s not like they hold the animals there and harm them .
People should raise more awareness against the killing of these animals and THAT doesn’t happen in zoos etc .
Instead they are fed all the time and get a lot of love from the staff .
And a lot of small children get to see such great animals in real life and get super excited and happy .
I think things like these also matter :)
Super good KIMCHI !
IT’S THE BEST PART coz it’s super crispy I LOVE IT ~
Myeongdong Dog Café
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Haha . . .
I don’t like being in too crowded places for too long so I preferred it this way :D
Bukchon Hanok village | Korean traditional village
It’s like you are back in time in an old Seoul ~
I love the atmosphere that these old houses create !
Sooo different from the rest of Seoul yet it is just minutes away from the modern parts haha ~
Rare of me to let myself get photographed by someone else especially all alone in a picture . . .
so this photo which came out quite OK is worth showing haha ~
Ihwa Mural village
Several artists have made installations + wall paintings + other art creations all across this village .
The streets here give off an entire different atmosphere than in Bukchon Village .
A lot more . . . chaotic somehow but not rundown at all !
Unlike the other village I think photos taken in Ihwa Village would be even more charming with more people on them :P
Not that far from there we went to the Seoul Tower and Seoul’s highest point of view .
I got to catch this photo hehe ~
At first I only wanted to take a nice photo of the moon which shone soooo bright upon the whole city .
Then I noticed the green highlighted Seoul Tower next to it and wanted to take a photo of both together .
THEN I noticed the beautiful pavillon underneath the tower .
That’s exactly how this photo was made haha ~
I totally recommend any Seoul visitor to take a look at these two villages !
It’s a MUST-SEE really !
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I couldn’t possibly get a picture to show you the bathing area but let me tell you it was really interesting .
I guess the baths are the most valuable part of the spa but the institution actually had several floors !
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So let’s start with my first impressions of South Korea :D
I thought about telling you everything in chronological order but I don’t want to make this into a 8 part journal and rlly I could tell you so much but I spare you haha !
So I will make this into a chaotic 6 part travel journal ~So my very first thought once I stepped out of the airplane to hop onto a bus to transfer us to the terminal of Incheon International Airport was : COLD .
One of my favourite foods from this journey – Bungeoppang .
Sweet red bean filled fried fish shaped cakes which are similar to the japanese snack Taiyaki .
|old style steamed korean buns|
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