5 Months For Eternity Part. 3

Annyeooong…..Hello world!

As i promise before, i will write some of the cool places that i visited during my stay in Korea. Please check out ๐Ÿ˜‰

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The picture above was me in front of the Dongdaemun gate! Dongdaemun is famous for the shopping places, malls and market.ย From Korean designers until street clothes you can find everything in here.

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You can’t visit Seoul if you don’t go to N Seoul Tower. N Seoul Tower is the landmark of Seoul. There is also a teddy bear museum which i can’t enter because i’m running out of money at that time hahaha (the ticket price isย โ‚ฉ9000) and also the famous Locks of Love ๐Ÿ˜‰

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That was me in front of the Jongno palace. It was already closed so i can only take picture in front of the gate :

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It was me at the Gwanghwamun famous landmark, the statue of King Sejong and General Yi Sun Shin XD

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AND THAT WAS THE BANPO RAINBOW FOUNTAIN! The operating hours:

April-October (Duration: 15min)
* Weekdays: 12:00, 20:00, 21:00
* Weekends: 12:00, 17:00, 19:30 (July & August only), 20:00, 20:30, 21:00, 21:30.

I remember it was Saturday, and we are waiting for the 19:30 schedule but we already arrived since 18:00 so we have to wait pretty long hahaha but i think it was worth it because the rainbow fountain is so beautiful!~

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Three pictures above were taken at the Bukchon Hanok Village. In there we can see traditional place and some souvenir shops, quite nice to take pictures ๐Ÿ˜€

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Our adventure is continue! We were heading to Muuido Island! After taking a long subway road, and bus and walking for 2 km, we were on a ship to Muiido Island, a small island in Incheon. By the time we got there, it was already evening so we can only walk around the island for a while and then we decided to go back to Seoul :”D it was a total zonk but memorable moment LOL

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Another campus trip! We visited the Korean Folk Village in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do province. We watched the traditional dance, play traditional games, walked around the village, etc.

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HERE COMES THE BEST PLACE! NAMI ISLAND! I swear to God it was sooo beautiful. I went there on autumn and all the trees were red and yellow. My suggestion, you should arrived there since morning or afternoon because even though it is a small island, it needs whole day to explore the island. You can rent a bike or just walk like me hahaha

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These are the pictures from the last campus trip ๐Ÿ˜ฆ We went to DMZ or Demilitarized Zone, it is the area between South Korea and North Korea where only occupied by soldiers. We also went to a secret tunnel built by the North Korean to enter South Korea but don’t worry it is no longer used and open for tourists.

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Aaaaand my last trip outside of Seoul was Petite France. Why i call it last trip? Because after that, i only go to places around Seoul and the final exam was approcahing which means….my period in Korea was almost over T_T but we discussed about it later hahaha. So Petite Franceย is a small place located in Gyeonggi-do, near Nami Island, designed like a small village in France with pretty architectures, shops, restaurants and of course, photo shoots attractions XD I’m not saying that it is not good, it’s just the place is small so you just need few hours to explore it.

So that is my story about the cool places that i visited. I’m so sorry that i only write in short paragraphs and sorry if it’s not clear enough i know that i’m in a rush but I just want to finish these flashbacks so i can write in present time. In the next post i will write the most memorable places, most memorable moments with my friends…..because i will write about my favorite bars and night clubs in Seoul!! And after that i will post a little story about my friends, how are we spending our time if we’re not going to club or go drinking hahaha. See you on my next post ๐Ÿ˜‰

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