Det sista av Seoul...

Hade tur att det är internet på flygplatsen så passar på att ladda upp de sista bilderna från Seoul innan vi reser vidare (kommer även ett album på facebook inom kort med alla bilder i från Sydkorea).
 
Detta var en härlig söndags eftermiddags utflykt i Seoul. Vi promenerade längs med Samcheongdong-gil Road till Samcheong Park där det blev en liten snabb promenad innan vi gick igenom Bukchon hanok village och avslutade med en fika i Insadong, (Seoul’s iconic traditional street,) Höstes färger var verkligen vacker men som vanligt mycket folk längs gatorna! Lite bilder och beskrivning nedan.
The unique stone wall road that runs beside the historic Gyeongbokgung Palace is called Samcheongdong-gil Road. The ginkgo trees paint the area with striking yellow hues, and sightseers can travel down the path through the autumn atmosphere. just like we did a lovely Sunday afternoon!
Samcheong-dong street, a lovely street with   korean houses side-by-side modern buildings creating unusual scenes. Beautiful to stroll along with the nice fall colors!
View over Samcheongdong-gil Road.
Autumn atmosphere to the fullest!
 
Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village with a long history located between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and Jongmyo Royal Shrine. The traditional village is composed of lots of alleys, hanok and is preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment. Now it is used as a traditional culture center and hanok restaurant, allowing visitors to experience the atmosphere of the Joseon Dynasty. It is also a popular filming location and still a residential area.
Opened in Insa-dong in 2004, Ssamzie-gil is a new traditional culture and shopping complex. An iconic Korean street, Insa-dong is famous as the most traditional street, lined with a large number of antique shops and folk art galleries. Ssamzie-gil is a place that continues the traditions of Insa-dong while complementing it with modern convenient facilities. For instance, Ssamzie-gil’s footpaths run alongside the shops like a spring around a courtyard, reminiscent of an alleyway in Insa-dong. Meanwhile its book cafés, galleries and traditional experiences help create a cultural complex.
Vi avslutade vår söndagspromenad med kaffe på ett "bajskaffe" i gallerian ovan, Ja Korea är fullt av olika "tema" fik och ett är bajs.. Man kan dricka kaffe ur koppar som toaletter och äta scones som ser ut som bajs...Ja fråga i mig inte vem som kom på den iden...Kaffet var gott iaf!

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