Summer Trip to South Korea …. end

Finally, ending of this summer trip already came. We decided to sightseeing around Seoul as planned. Today destinations were Namsan Tower, Coffe Prince Café, and Trick Art Museum at Hongdae. Unfortunately, on our last day the weather became gloomy, when I checked outside scene over the window there was hard rain, but the show must go on, we prepared our self the best outfit for this rainy day. Finish our breakfast as fast as we could, then we heading outside along with 3 cute umbrellas that being rent for free from guesthouse. Sonia and Dinda had choosen blue and pink transparrent umbrellas, while I choose yellow polkadot motive.

the show must go on

We have tight schedule, after leaving guesthouse heading to hyehwa subway station line 4 and alight at Chungmuro station exit no.2, from Chungmuro bus stop get on to the bus no 2 or 5 that heading to Namsan tower. The rain already stopped when we get on the bus. Arrived at Namsan Tower , we bought 3 combined tickets for Teddy Bear museum and Observatory Area that cost KRW 14.000 per person. Straight to tower entrance at the right side, I’m start guiding Dinda and Sonia to Teddy Bear Museum past theme. After exploring whole side of past theme, we move to present and future theme of Teddy Bear World in South Korea and bought a Teddy Bear that wearing hanbok. From Teddy bear museum moving to Digital Observatory at 3F by elevator. It isn’t usual elevator, inside elevator you could experienced like flying outside space, while under your feet there was big screen that showing the ground. Arrived at Digital Observatory  then we realized that it’s raining again at outside and too much fog, so the awesome scene that usually could seen from here we didn’t get it.

admission ticket

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2011 in review from WordPress ;D

The stats prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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