so these are the places we went to without a tour guide in seoul.
pretty easy to navigate :)
|in the train. everyone's looking sharp with blazers.|
also quite a wide train.
something you don't get to see in malaysia..
|cheonggyecheon stream at night! gets pretty cold here.|
|sadly when we went there, it was in between decorations.|
if we came a week later, there would've been lanterns here.. sobs
i can imagine just how lovely this place would be.
|ignore the excited face.|
|many couples chilling by the river.|
you can look up the history behind cheonggyecheon, it's quite a cool story.
surprisingly, it's not man-made. but they had to do a huge restoration project.
|king sejong at gwanghamun square.|
he was the guy who introduced hangeul - the korean alphabet.
it's actually pretty easy to learn.. much, much easier than chinese characters.
|right behind sejong is the gyeongbokgung.|
you can see the faint outline of mount bugak in the background.
there's a story behind it.. but alas, i've forgotten :P
|dongdaemun design plaza.|
it's time for some serious posing lol
|DDP is known for its wildly futuristic building.|
not too sure whether it's nice-looking or not..
it's definitely not beautiful, just very.. futuristic :P
|fascinated by the changing rainbow colours|
DDP is also very near to lotteria
|egg that changes colour|
|also, there's a story behind the egg, but of course i've forgotten.. haha|