So it has been almost a month since our trip to Korea. I am very happy to be able to show the last post from the trip which is going to be a little bit different from the ones I have been posting during my travel. This time I am about to do a wrap up story which would mostly include people, food and places. Maybe you're about to visit this amazing country? Then it would be perfect for you to check on some things before you go, as we did visit some awesome places there. I am going to leave short captions along the photos so that you could understand what the photo is all about:)
Now it's time to stop blabering, go get some coffee and snacks, cause you're about to see some culture shock here and there.
From the girls posing for us in the streets of Seoul, to a bookstore we found in Dongdaemun market, some shots of my favorite traditional Korean dish - bibimbap and some shots inside the Chandeok palace.
Having a taste of chocolate bingsu somewhere near Dongdaemun and another shot of the local bookstore. A sight of Gyeongbokgung palace, some Korean girls posing in their hanboks and Chinese girls taking on one of the most popular attraction in Bukchon Hanok Village in Seoul - shooting and walking around with their hanboks.
Trying Japanese desserts dango and a bite of traditional - onigiri in the Japanese restaurant Dango Jib in Sangsu, Seoul. Streets and local food market in Busan. In Busan we also had this big-ass plate of ramyun, tteokbokki, fishcakes and boiled egg. Don't really know how they call it in one word but it was flawless. Street artist in Haeundae beach, Busan.
More food in Seoul. This time melon bingsu, stuffed with shaved ice, rice cakes and red beans from the inside. Cute candy shop near Dongdaemun and cute ladies posing for us in their hanboks.
Entrance of the Gyeongbokgung palace, sights from the inside of the Changdeok palace, traditional Korean desserts and more people..