Autumn in South Korea – Last Day

On our last day, we went out on separate ways hours before our flight back to Cebu.  Lhynx and I decided to walk around and explore the streets near the Hyehwa subway station.

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Breakfast

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We wanted to see the students’ artworks but we weren’t sure if we could get in.

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This is probably the most popular coffee shop. I could see one in almost every block.

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There were a lot of interesting architectural designs.  This is one of my favorites.

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Daehak-ro, Seoul.  There were several cultural, cinema and art centers in this area.  Dubbed as the Broadway of Asia.

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European design

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Real plants

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All alone

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Oh Yellow Tree! Oh Yellow Tree!

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Used my Note 2’s timer. 😀

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Hollow Men

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An eatery where a Koreanovela was filmed

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Scenes from the Koreanovela

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Pepero Day.  I love Peperos, especially the green one. 🙂

Pepero Day is an observance in South Korea similar to Valentine’s Day. It is named after the Korean snack Pepero and held on November 11 (11–which resembles two Pepero sticks). The original purpose of the Pepero Day was to exchange peperos with each other in hopes of becoming taller and thinner.  The current purpose is to exchange peperos to show affection for friends and loved-ones. (Wikipedia)

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We met Jao and he treated us for lunch at black’smith. This resto is expensive. Maybe because of the celebrity endorsers (posters on the windows)?

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We got free hair scrunchies

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We walked back to our guesthouse. I will surely miss this street.

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Inside the common room in Bong House.  Notes, photos and bank notes posted on the wall by the guests.

From Bong House, we rode a bus to Incheon International Airport and bade farewell.  Our eight-day vacation in South Korea was definitely a memorable experience.  If I were to go back, I’d like to go there during winter.  Till the next trip! 🙂

P.S.  The photos were taken using a camera phone.

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