Korea Travel Diary: Goong

January 16th, 2015

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This is the last travel diary for Korea. The word Goong means Palace. It was our last day in Seoul, we explored around Gyeongbokgung palace which is one of the largest palace in Seoul. This reminds me of the Kdrama Princess Hours and Dae Jang Guem.

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I love autumn ❤

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After our historical tour we went to Insa-dong.

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They sell traditional goods and souvenirs.

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Flowers ❤

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This man is demonstrating how to do calligraphy.

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We had a last minute shopping of bags! All bags outside cost 10,000 KRW. Insadong sells it cheaper than in Myeongdong or Dongdaemun.

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I recommend this Korean restaurant in Insa-dong. The food tastes good and the price is reasonable. A set meal that is good for 3 to 4 persons cost around 15,000 KRW.

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Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) rentals fee cost 3,000 KRW for each dress. Just bring your own camera for one hour picture taking session.

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My mom and I wearing Hanbok. ^_^

It was indeed a fun trip in Seoul. I am truly grateful for the blessings that God has blessed me with. Til my next Korean trip!~  ❤

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