I can’t believe it’s been seven months since I went on my first overseas adventure in Seoul. It was such a surreal experience I can still feel myself being there. Can one get homesick from a place they’ve only visited once?
You know how people have that one place that, no matter where else you travel, you have to go to that place every year?…That favorite place? I have declared that South Korea will be that happy place for me.
There were so much I didn’t get to discover. I see why people I knew who have gone to Seoul stayed for two weeks. That will be my goal for 2018/2019. Traveling through Seoul using public transportation really helped me list the places I will definitely partake the next time I’m there. The great thing about that was for me it was easier to get around Seoul than I thought…especially when I didn’t have to demonstrate my Korean skills (or lack thereof) to get around.
I have taken so many pictures during my week in Seoul. Even vlogged about it on Instagram Stories (I wish they came up with the highlights feature during that time). Unfortunately, I’m not in any of the photos I am about to display, but that’s the drawback of going alone.
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Here is a beautiful visual of Hangeul from the National Hangeul Museum:
I hope you enjoyed my pictorial. Makes you want to visit Seoul, huh?
Until next time,