There are so many things going on that I just couldn’t complete my Seoul Series in one go but a promise is a promise, and I promised that I will post about our Seoul itinerary last March 2012 (it’s gonna be almost a year since our Seoul trip!). And since most of the hits, comments, or emails I’m getting are about Seoul, here you go. The second part of my Day 4 post. The first part is about Insadong in general, Ssamzie-gil, and Jogyesa Temple. This one is about O’Sulloc Tea House and Nakwon Music Complex.
This is the Day 4 installment for my Seoul Series (which I started to document our visit to Seoul last March) and I’m going to break it down into several posts:
- Insadong, Ssamzie-gil, Jogyesa Temple
- O’Sulloc Tea House, Nakwon Music Complex
- N Seoul Tower
- Myeongdong, NANTA Theater
The first two posts will focus mainly about where we went in the Insadong area and it will be helpful if I show you the map of Insadong. I have highlighted some of the interesting spots that you might want to check out.
Now that Lee Min Ho is modeling for Bench, I’m wondering when is it gonna be Kim Hyun Joong‘s turn?!?! I super love this guy and he’s really very talented. Got hooked on him after watching Playful Kiss like three times in a row. But before I liked him for his acting, I already liked him for his songs. The one I posted above is my favorite and never fails to make me scream Ive’ been playing it over and over again while I was in Seoul earlier this year in the hopes that it will attract some powerful vibes that will make me bump into Kim Hyun Joong somewhere. Oh well Enjoy the video Kim Hyun Joong fans!
I’ve been receiving a lot of emails asking for the Day 3 installment of my Seoul Series so even if this is 7 months late, I’m still posting it anyway. By the way, thank you for the emails and comments on any of my posts about Seoul and Korean visa but I might not always be prompt in answering them because I’m most of the time busy taking it slow for the little guy that’s growing inside me
Rewind to March 23, our third day in Seoul, and I vividly remember that it was raining at that time and that forced me to re-arrange our itinerary. I was thinking of a place that will keep the seniors warm and dry but will also keep the young ones pre-occupied with shopping and other things to do
I’m back after a long break!
I know that I have this huge backlog on posts about my trip to Seoul last March and I’m actually thinking of whether to write about Nami Island and if so, what to write about it. Thing is, most blogs you will read out there only have a thing or two to say about Nami Island and the common one they would say is that it is the filming location for the Winter Sonata, a famous Korean drama. My fear is that if I write about Nami Island, I’m just going to say the same thing, i.e., it is where the Winter Sonata was shot.
But then I looked at our photos again and ka-pow! The fun memories just all came rushing back and I finally figured out what to share with you.