After going to Gyeongbokgung to do some nifty photoshoots, we walked to the direction (where Google Maps pointed us) to reach the infamous Bukchon Hanok Village. Again, this is not my first time to do this because me and my sister attempted to go there during my first trip in Seoul. I say attempted, because well we failed to reach our destination. Now that I had the chance again, I was determined to be successful this time around.
At the Bukchon Hanok Village
At long last, we located the spot, that iconic long street Google images displays when searching for the village, where hundreds of tourist photos have been taken.
|Mission accomplished! Here I am at long last at the literal tourist spot of the village. (📷: Mel N.)|
|Pretending to knock at the door. LOL. (and that knapsack there contains the hanbok outfit haha)|
Feeling fulfilled and pleased with ourselves, we walked our way back to the main road to the subway. As we walked, I can’t help but snap more shots of these gorgeous houses.
I’m so happy I got to visit this place again. Although the sceneries were a feast to the eyes, there’s nothing really to do there but to snap photos. Mel and Rey told me I should still have worn the Hanbok outfit and do more photoshoots here, but meh I told them it’s enough. I didn’t want to walk the roads wearing the costume. 😅
More posts to come about our epic adventures in this lovely city. ‘Til then, 안녕히 가세요!