Monday, April 4, 2011

Seoul - Day IV, Part 1

Long time, no update. This semester has been pretty rough on me but I'm taking advantage of the long weekend for 清明节 Qingming Festival to catch up on blogging! I really need to finish up the Seoul posts (2 more to go!) so I can get back to what I'm up to these days :)

Day IV was busier than the other days so I decided to spread it into two posts.
불고기 Bulgogi
We woke up around 8am to get ready and had 불고기 Bulgogi (barbecued beef slices) for breakfast.

Day 4: Namsangol Hanok Village entrance
A little before noon, we arrived in Namsangol Hanok Village, a village in Seoul composed of restored traditional Korean houses. That day, there were lots of activities planned for visitors including traditional games, little workshops for kids, performances and food & drinks.

Traditional Games
In the Hanok
Korean Home
Korean Home
Korean alcohol

After our visit, we stopped at a street food stand for some snacks.
붕어빵 Bungeoppang
붕어빵 Bungeoppang (fish-shaped cake with red bean filling) - I loved it!
떡볶이 Tteokbokki
떡볶이 Tteokbokki (rice cakes in spicy sauce)

1 comment:

  1. Omg, bulgogi for brekkiesss... Yummyyy!!! I also really like those rice cakes. + fish cakes, though! ♥