Next stop, The Garden of Morning Calm! Another popular place for not just the foreign tourists but also the local because it’s a popular filming location for KDrama’s. Surround yourself with stunning flowers and gardens AND get to see a 1,000 year old Juniper Tree. Click the link below to read more of what we saw and got up to here.
A beautiful island that so many people have fallen in love with. Nami Island is a 460,000 square meter island in the middle of the Han River. Beautiful gardens scattered everywhere and with so much to do, it really is the perfect place to spend the day resting and relaxing.
It was amazing to finally be able to see this place in person. Click the link below to read more about what I got up to here and what traditional Korean food I ate.
From Changgyeonggung Palace, we got back on our city tour bus and headed to Bukchon Hanok Village. If you’re taking the Seoul City Tour Bus with Bus A which is the Downtown/Palace Course, it is stop number 19 (Insadong, Bukchon, Jogyesa). Click the read more button below to know more!
Our next stop in Seoul was the Changgyeonggung Palace. A huge but beautiful place to stop by and have a look around. One of the three tourist-popular palaces; the other two are Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung Palace. Click read more, to keep reading!
Our first stop during our first day of touring in Seoul – was the N Seoul Tower (a land mark of Seoul) and also the Locks of Love. There’s also a place near by where you can try wearing a Hanbok (traditional Korean dress) for FREE!!! Click the READ MORE button below to get more info about our adventure to this place!
Okay. I’m not very good at this now -.- My last post was way back in March! Well, I was feeling a bit inspired today so I decided to kick off my Korea + Japan posts. Be warned, there will be quite a few, hehe. Starting off with our journey, what we did and just some little tips and tricks from Manila to Incheon Airport.