Group photo with the awesome bunch in our Summer Camp!
It's still a beautiful place after all ♥
Picture from Cuteinkorea.com HongDae has all the fashionable, swag, young styles that I love!
Random pretty things heh.
The popular Hello Kitty Cafe @ Hong Dae. Not a fan of Hello Kitty but it's a nice place to chill after a long walk.
Picture from Google. Stylenanda Flagship Store was just two streets away from my accommodation but I did not pay my visit due to time limitation, *bangs wall* BRING ME BACK NOW T.T T.T
Managed to take pretty pictures with Hanbok (韩服) like this at the top floor of spiral mall yay. LOVE THEM SO MUCH HEHE. Because of the flawless faces ♥.♥
Randomly entered a restaurant there & the food don't disappoint! Nice to try some classic Korean dishes :D
So all in all, I have a good impression towards Insa-Dong, don't mind going there again to find out more about this hidden gem, especially those artsy side valleys! ツ
So, remember to allow more time if you want to shop at MyeongDong!
As I said before, I was like an useless coward before my skydiving experience. I don't enjoy all those thrill rides at all & honestly it's so torturing. When I feel super scared and my friends are there like
WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE SO FUN. *flips table* (╯°□°）╯︵
I still am a coward, FYI, but made an improvement as compared to those times in Korea.
T-Express, the best known wooden roller coaster in Everland.
According to them, it's a must to try
but I did not fml.
Obviously these two had a hard time understanding my fear, they invited me to those rides countless times
& I just had to say NO. But I do feel sorry HAHAHA.
Still, thanks for tolerating me all along ♥
There are plenty of stuffs to look look see see, and it made us feel like kids again :'D
Too bad we didn't have the time to stay till night for the fireworks.
On the right: Everything, from top to bottom, bought in Korea! All at a super reasonable price :D
Their public transportation system is really extensive so getting around Korea is not a problem at all I would say.
Remember to get your T-Money card from convenient stores before taking public transports!
On top of that, the Subway Korea app helped us a lot throughout the journey as well :D