welcome to myongdong, seoul. shopping district for branded clothes and whatnot. hmmm, i would much prefer to go to cheap unbranded stores to be honest teehee.
i wonder, do we have outback restaurant in malaysia? the food is fucking gorgeous. and by that i mean they were really really good. the starter bread is the prime example for that statement. served hot and soft with cream cheese dip yum.
after almost a month of drinking koren soup made by the school's cafeteria, this delectable mushroom soup is a much much needed break for my tastebuds.
some clam pasta. very spicy, very very my cup of tea.
see the rice? OMG THE RICE! i love it! so damn much!
my beloved 280g beef, medium cooked.
even in an australian restaurant, never ever forget the korean pickles.
free drinks. korean restaurants are awesome like that. they are both mine btw.
the green futon on which i slept in. deep slumber yo.
hoyeah. you put some of them veggies in the colored thingies and wrap em. that's how you eat it.
steamed red beans rice.
on the left is steamed battered white egg and on the right is my favorite korean soup. tasted like miso soup but spicier. there were actually a LOT more dishes than just these but i didnt snap em all.
the korean restaurant where jin's lovely family treated me to a beautiful lunch. they practically saved me from the bad misconception of korean food caused by the cafeteria ahjumma's cookings.
a really really cute house near the restaurant.
one of the subway stations.
near korean palace.
welcome to the korean palace~
inside the palace museum.
really really cool car.
yes, i fell in love with them. so funny and animated. doing free shows to attract customers into buying their snacks :D
insa-dong, souvenir haven
little india cafe sesat haha
ahjusshi in traditional costume
ahjumma in traditional costume
in front of the palace, an army of men were seen in their handsome and macho uniforms.
too lazy to explain.
i am so sleepy. its 4 in the morning!
i have a fetish for taking shots of unique doors
a REALLY AWESOME building in insa-dong. to foreigners who appreciate art (heck, even for those who don't) i recommend you to go here.
a really really cute snacks booth.
a security office, can you believe? so kyuteee
korean style food stalls.
a teeny weeny coffee shop haha
the building is designed so you never have to climb stairs to get to the next floor.
at a cheap restaurant in the express bus terminal subway
tuna kimbab, cheap.
the two side dishes you will get anywhere for any food you order. really, koreans and kimchi is like malaysian with sambal belacan. but worse. at least we dont eat sambal belacan with maggi.
my favorite, rabbokki
it's the two cute boys again. feel like such a stalker taking their picture again the next day after the night that i first saw them. too cute~
long long post. for the record, i ddnt tour the entire palace. the palace compound is so big you can spend one whole day in it and won't get to cover even half of the full palace. too freaking big.