We don’t really enjoy Insa-dong because the weather that day was below 5°C so we busy searching for the cheapest glove and scarf to buy! Even Daiso don’t sell (unlike Daiso Singapore!).
We decided we had enough of outdoor so went to Lotte World. Not a fan of amusement park so we bought the after 4pm ticket ₩26000 (save ₩5000).
Lunch at Lotte World
Save ₩5000 to buy this cotton candy ₩2000 wtf!
Guess what is this? They called it as K Pop chickens (top is chicken nuggets and bottom is drink). I cannot praise the Korean enough! So creative.
Here is the glove that we just bought to fight for cold I know is so uncle but wat to do? haha
K Pop fever (I think these are ‘kelefeh’)
In order to clear my doubt for Gangnam (such a big name recently) I decided to go and take a look.
Just like any other city. Quite disappointed nvm we can have dinner here.
Hahaha atleast we spot PSY!
What is Korea without BBQ and kimchi soup?
Such a satisfying meal to end a tiring day!
We woke up quite early although we slept quite late in day 1.
Gyeongbokgung Palace. I suggest you visit this if you have limited time to visit one palace only because you can see the changing of the royal guards show.
So crowded can hardly take a proper picture…
Ok here you go…
Royal guard show (pano view)
The busy road opposite…
The palace is so huge…
On the way to The National Folk Museum (within the palace)…
Free entrance =)
Korean traditional wedding ceremony
The older the higher…
Last picture in the palace…
We had ginseng chicken soup for breakfast. A very touristy place and don’t worry if you don’t speak Korean (got one Chinese speaking lady). In fact, there is some chinese speaking staff in almost all the places we went.
Indeed got ginseng one!
You can also buy as souvenier =)