This is the day I rediscovered that Seoul is a land of stairs of different kinds – steep, high, uneven, narrow – you name it. I lost track on the number of stairs I have to climb each day. (I need to climb 4 floors to get to my dorm)
For your information, the following photo is the stairs of exit 2 at Gwanghwamun station!
This is my favourite snack in Korea!! But it’s terribly expensive D: ~4,500won for 6 mini brownies.
Lunch is 설렁탕! Tried it for the first time and I LOVED IT! My friend told me it’s something that foreigners either like or hate and usually the European people think that it has a weird taste. It’s a very traditional Korean food and it was super good. The portion is scarily big too and basically you have loads of soup, beef, rice AND noodles. You are supposed to dump the rice into the soup and eat it that way.
A random photo of the subway if you are interested in how it looks like!
A sneak preview of KU! It was raining heavily and the winds were strong, so I was blown left right center before I had the chance to explore more!
Some graffiti in the student union building!
I haven’t been speaking much Korean (since I’ve been out alone) and I haven’t been dong anything Korean too. D: mmm but I guess the photos are more interesting right? I’ll probably post about Korean only when the lessons start! ^^
Any places you will like me to cover? 😀 Please let me know of interesting places to go too! I’m still very very new to Seoul~!