Hello! It has been a month since I’ve arrived in Seoul and these photos detail the pretty and interesting sights that I’ve been exposed to while here.
I have tried to arrange the photos according to its colour scheme so I hope it will be easier for your viewing.
The places detailed in these photographs are Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Hongdae, Garosugil, Ihwa Mural Village, Fairytale Village, Seoul Museum of History, Chinatown and Wolmido.
This is the theme park in Wolmido which features the famous viking ride. It was so scary and I was hanging on to dear life. However, I think that the viking ride is good in the sense that you can be super scared in one moment but you can relax in the next moment as you watch the people on the opposite side being scared out of their wits. 🙂
A very pretty shop exterior in Garosugil.
A ship where you can feed birds from the deck. I am not sure why people would do that. #itsscary
Taken at Dongdaemun design plaza. I was camping out for the worker in the yellow shirt to walk down.
Taken outside the Seoul Museum of History
Beautiful mountain in the landscape feat King Sejong’s statue. I like this photograph because people often focus on King Sejong’s statue but I think that the mountains in the background are equally captivating.
A dragon playground outside the Seoul Museum of History.
Beautiful doorframe in Chinatown.
In Chinatown! I am Chinese and I feel that the chinatown in Korea is very different from the Chinatown in my home country. The decorations and the food they sell are vastly different.
Realised that the chef added a nice touch to the photo.
“Lego” cafe in Hongdae where you can buy pieces of lego and assemble them in the cafe.
Noah’s (car p)Ark
Everytime I look at this photo I wonder if I accidentally flipped the photo. #clevertrick
Sunglasses display in Gentle Monster, Garosugil Branch that has a victorian feel to it.
The Gentle Monster branch at Hongdae that has more of an eccentric and ethereal vibe.
An extremely pretty florist at Samcheongdong. I think the abundance of flowers in Seoul could be the reasason why korean boyfriends have no choice to be romantic.
Oh well, this is so pretty. #fairytalevillage
Another florist at Garosugil.
Rainbow steps in Fairytale Village.
Another beautiful mural at the fairytale village.
Discovered many beautiful cafes and shopfronts in Seoul as well. I really wonder sometimes where the inspiration for such beautiful decor stem from.
Taking photos at night, to me, is really difficult but this store really caught my eye so I decided to give it a shot (literally).
The fairytale village is a haven for kids and for people who like kids.
The cute little boy was subsequently influenced to pose in the same way as well. #howadorable
This is one of my favourite photos; the amount of contrast found in the mural was amazing.
These cute rabbits were taken at Ihwa Mural Village.
A store selling ties of a myriad of different colours at Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
The weather is finally getting warmer and we can now enjoy eating bingsoo.
Have a sweet day ahead!