• 72 hours in Seoul

    by  • November 16, 2014 • - Asia, Travel + Places • 0 Comments

    Some pictures from a short trip to Seoul. Love the blend of old and new, BBQ meat, streetside stalls, trendy cafes, chic fashion and gorgeous girls.

    Yummy pancake at Gwangjang market


    You’ll never go hungry in Seoul, street side stalls are everywhere.


    Patbingsu at Dalsuga, Seoul



    On the way to Noryangjin market




    Myeongdong is great for shopping, especially for Korean skincare products. Prices here are at least 20% to 30% cheaper compared to Malaysia.

    The flagship MCM store is in Myeongdong.

    Delicious Bibimbap at Jeonju Jungang Hoekwan, Myeongdong


    For traditional Korean crafts and souvenirs, head to Insadong.


    Honey comb ice-cream – this photo definitely doesn’t do justice to this yummy sweet treat.


    Outside Gwangjang market


    Gwangjang market – a foodie’s heaven

    Koreans love pickles!


    Energy booster for shopping in Seoul – ginseng chicken soup.


    Sinsa-dong Garosugil – one of my favorite hang-out place in Seoul with lots of nice cafes and independent boutiques.


    Seoul is one place you can shop till you drop. The night market in Dongdaemun only starts after 10pm, and some of the malls like Doota opens till 5 am.


    Dongdaemun History and Culture Park


    Bukchon Hanuk – Seoul

    Cute baby in the subway.


    Korean cold noodles

    All in, Seoul was a very fruitful trip. Managed to stock up 2 years of skincare supply and of course, the food was really good too.

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