In the middle of Seoul city center
The past few days have been quite exciting. Weve learned how to eat with chopsticks, become efficient at buying tickets at the subway and understanding how it works… Even if there is a lot of information in korean language! In the subway nearly all the people were busy on their cellphones and rarely looked up. Another thing we discovered was that the people driving motorbikes often did it in the walk and cycle paths… We got really scared sometimes as we did not notice the bikers until they were right behind us. We also have experienced to go to a water world where almost everybody wore a life-west. No Wonder! The wave in the wave pool looked more like a tsunami!!!
The currency in South Korea is won and 1 dollar equals 1000 won, Other than that, South Korea seemed very much like at home. People seemed quite busy either getting to or from work/school and they seemed to enjoy their spare time meeting friends and family. Seoul was a beautiful city full of things to do and see. We went to see museums, palaces, temples and shrines, shopping malls and even a water park, and tasted delicious food.
Luna Noor is testing chopsticks
Eating freshly cooked meat on our table – delicious!Temples and shrines
The Royal Palace Museum
Early sample of a water-clockSightseeing, shopping, ice cream and cakes in Seoul city center
Ice cream roses