Today itinerary was quite long, we were going to cover quite a number of tourist spots including Gwanghwamun, Gyeongbokgung, Samcheong-dong, Bukchon and Insadong. We took the subway from Sungshin Women’s Univ station to Gyeongbokgung Palace station. We have our quick breakfast at the subway station – the soya bean drink was quite special. After the Gwanghwamun, we saw Changing of the Guard ceremony in front of Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Korea . 2013 Oct
This was the guesthouse we going to sleep for 4 nights, around S$68 per night. Choi’s House was really clean and bright, so far there was no complaints for this place ~ it come with bunk bed, study table, TV, fridge and attached bathroom.
After leaving the Coffee Prince Cafe, we took the subway from Hongdae to Seocho area. Seocho area was located at the south of Seoul and there was a place called Seorae Village. Seorae Village was sometimes nicknamed “Montmartre” due to its hilltop location and it was the French neighborhood of Seoul — home to about 560 French peoples (ref from Wiki). There were many French cafes located in the Seorae Village.
We took the night flight to Seoul with Malaysia Airline and there was a promotion when we booked the ticket, cost about S$500 per pax from Singapore to Seoul. The flight we took was 9:15pm from Singapore and stopover at KLIA for 1 hour; arrived in Korea Incheon Airport around 7:10am. We took the airport bus 6011 from Incheon Airport, and it took around 1 hour to reach ICOS Guesthouse. We passed by quite a number of tourist spots such as ...