We haven't even left Seoul yet but my friend, Pat, and I were already planning our return. We, along with some other friends, went there during autumn last November with the colors of yellow and orange accentuating the city. It made me curious how South Korea would look like during spring with other colors in bloom. Like I said in one of my previous entries about about Seoul, even before the halyu wave rose and even before I knew what "k-pop" meant, I have always been fascinated with the megacity. And true enough, I fell in love with it during our first visit.
|View from our room.|
I was so awed by my experience, I realized I've never really written a detailed blog entry about it. So while searching for promo fares that would take us again to my now-favorite city, I decided to do one based on a first-timer's experience since I've had friends asking me for travel tips.
I already wrote about all the lovely and unique cafes you'll find in Seoul (Read about them here). So I thought I'd write about some of the must-see places in the city.