Korea trip (III)

I am back again with more stories to tell 🙂

It is amazing how South Korea rapidly changed within 50 years from now back. There are some places, though, where time does not go forward.

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Traditional meets modernity. I really got impressed by such a big contrast.
After a long day, we decided to enjoy a korean bbq. No idea again of what we ordered, we just said…we´ll have that (pointing out what other people around was eating…):D

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That was our last night in Seoul and we tried to do everything we had planned. A visit to the Seoul Tower and later to Gangnam district (at around 1 p.m :O…long, long day) were compulsory 🙂

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Some more impressions of last morning/ early noon in the capital:

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I made some new friends ^^

 

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I wish I could always find a calm place to study/ work… it was a library/ café… loved the idea.

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Chinese dumplings. So delicious…

And at last but not least my fav discover thanks to my korean guide. A lovely café:

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Keep tuned for more on the blog. More stories will follow!!

Laura

 

 

 

 

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