|Autumn in Seoul.|
I've always wanted to go to Seoul. Something about South Korea's megacity has always fascinated me. Maybe it's the mixture of old and new, of traditional and modern.
Ironically, this is the first trip that I have not been able to fully plan for. Days before our flight, I found myself panic-shopping for winter clothes. (Coming from a tropical country, I have very low tolerance for the cold!) I didn't even have time to research about the must-go-to places nor learn a bit of the language. (To date, I only know two Korean phrases: Annyeong-haseyo or hello; and gamsa-hamnida or thank you.)
During our first day, my friends and I were shocked by the cold, had difficulty communicating with cab drivers, and, ultimately, got lost.
Yet, I fell in love with Seoul.
The colors, the vibe...everything is so alive! Naturally, I couldn't help but take a gazillion of photos which, I hope, captured even a bit of Seoul's magic :)
I wonder what Seoul looks like during spring when all the trees are in bloom. Well... the only to way find out is to come back. Something I'm looking forward to doing :)