Korea: 96 hours of Seoul city

To sum up our days in Jeju, I would say our experience could have been better if it wasn’t for the weather. The expenditure there isn’t particularly cheap. Taxi’s are kind of similar priced as Singapore. Bus rides are probably the best form of transportation if you have ample time or days. I would definitely visit again because I missed out on a few attractions. The Sunrise Peak, Manjanggul Lava Cave, Cheonjeyeon Falls and maybe Hyeopjae Beach just to name a few.

The next stop was to Seoul and since a city is pretty much self-explanatory. I’ll let the pictures run… not in order. Areas include Myeongdong, Dongdaemun, Gangnam and Ewha University area.

The Streets

The Food

  [tg_gallery_slider gallery_id=”9052″]

 

Share the Post:
Like what you read?

Related Posts

❤️ this shot of the monk in red robe and E in red top

Bhutan: A Place of Colours and Vast Land

Taking advantage of the New Year break to finally continue my Bhutan trip post. We visited the Gangtey Goempa Monastery, hiked Phobijkha Valley and visited the beautiful Paro Fortress also known as Rinpung Dzong.

The Buddha Dordenma statue in Thimphu, Bhutan

Bhutan: The Land of the Thunder Dragon

We were so lucky to be able to go on a trip before the world lockdown. We visited a country with a high happiness index, and that is Bhutan, the land of the thunder dragon.