Korea in the Eyes of a KDrama Fan

Two months after our Seoul trip, I finally decided to sit down and sort out the photos I wanted to post. Last month I’ve posted 2 blogs about the trip, and I was actually planning to do a post in each day while we were there. Unfortunately I failed terribly.

This would be my final post for our Korean getaway. Enjoy. While I’ll be in the corner, sobbing and wishing I’m in SoKor now, kidding. :p

Gyeongbokgung Palace
At Gyeongbokgung Palace, most tourists are wearing Hanbok. 🙂
You can just imagine how many dramas are filmed in here.

After Gyeongbokgung Palace we decided to head down to Hanok Village since its just around the area. Too bad, it was about to rain when we arrived, and rain eventually while we were walking around the area.

I love how they preserved this place.
Given the chance I wanted to stay here for like a month maybe. 🙂

Welcome to Nami Island!!! What is travelling to South Korea without stopping by at Nami. My heart was flowing with happiness the moment my foot landed in the Island.

Finally Nami!
Seeing these trees is every “Winter Sonata” fans dream. 😉
Nami Island is such a beautiful place.

After Nami, we decided to head down to Petite France. The weather was too hot on that day, but nevertheless we enjoyed roaming around the place.

This is another popular drama location. Hello fellow “My Love from the Star” lovers! 🙂
Beautiful place.

Im about to try their street food. 🙂

City-02

Its like a waffle but has different texture. Its really yummy.

Since we still have extra time after “shopping” from their underground shopping area, we headed to Han River Park. A lot of people (young and old) were their, having picnic and having fun.

Han-River-01Han-River-02

Like every vacation, our 5 day Korean getaway has come to an end. My heart was full and at the same time heavy when we left our cute Air BnB. Travelling to SoKor is every Kdrama fans dream, and I’m lucky enough that I got the chance to see Korea earlier than the others.

Korea is such a wonderful country, I’m not saying this coz its the home of KDramas and KPop and Jo In Sung 🙂 I’m saying this because Korea is such a wonderful country, no more no less. But one thing I really love about Korea, is the way they preserved their culture.

And like every place I visit, I always say, I wanna come back and do more.

My yellow backpack says… “thank you Korea”. I’ll be back. 😉

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