Our last days before heading home had been a blur. We are now in a rush to fit in some shopping and places we want to see. Around this time, we had been often calling home. I am terribly missing hubby and my little one.
When we are in the process of booking this trip, there was a big debate as to where we would stay in Seoul. We sorted it out based on price, location and convenience. Then we chose this mid-range business hotel located on top of a mall aptly called Times Square. The area is still surrounded by a cluster of residential neighborhoods and its great to see something mundane like watching locals head over to work in the morning.
Nam Dae Mun Market
This is the largest and oldest open market in Seoul. I believe you could get everything you need here only if you know where to get it. It is also a place where you could get items at wholesale prices.
National Folk Village
It was one of the major tourist attraction in the city. It was free and a major stop at the Seoul City Tour so we did manage to check it out.
This maybe our last tourist tour from our trip. It is a great wrap up of seeing the city in birds eye view. It turns out this is not just a plain observation deck but it also had historical significance in Korean history.
This is the final post of the Korea series. It was a great journey to a fascinating culture that I can't get enough of. It felt that I only scratched the surface. I vow to come back for more hoping next time I could bring hubby and baby in tow. It's a promise.