Monday, July 28, 2014

Travelogue Day 2: 안녕하세요 Seoul! Lotteworld and Myeongdong!

The day where i finally visit one of the famous theme parks in Korea! I remember watching one of the first few episodes of Running Man (2 years ago?) and they had this night episode filmed at Lotte World - the world's largest indoor theme park! I told myself i must visit this theme park one day and it's finally part of my itinerary for my 3rd trip to Korea! Honestly speaking, i'm not a huge fan of theme park rides due to my phobia of height but then again, stepping into a theme park makes me feel really happy, it's like stepping into another world, LOL The feeling is like going to Disneyland for the very first time and everything seem so magical. Before that, read Day 1 post at this LINK here if you haven't! :D
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Had the usual breakfast but this time along with a small packet of Apple juice that cost only 200 won! If you convert it to SGD, it cost only 25 cents! It has this huge "Picnic" word outside and i'm guessing it for those school kids to bring on their excursions. Cute packaging and the size is just nice! Confirm can finish at one go, don't have to carry it around
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Lotte World is directly connected to Jamsil Station 잠실역 (Subway Line 2 & 8) Very accessible and lesser time needed to travel compared to the Faraway Everland. (which took us about 2 hours!) Took me about 25 mins from Myeondong...
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Passed by this replicate version of Trevi Fountain. Original one is in Rome, Italy.

Upon getting off Jamsil Station, there will be signages leading you to the theme park, just follow them and you should be able to get to the ticketing/ entrance of the theme park. Actually "Lotte World" is the name of the whole complex and it consist of the indoor and outdoor theme park, malls, a hotel, folk museum, sports facilities and movie theaters. 
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On your way to the indoor theme park entrance, you will pass by this row of ticketing machines where you can get your tickets beforehand to avoid the queue at the ticketing counter. Just select language, choose pass and pay accordingly.

Lotteworld is open all year round from Monday to Sunday, 9.30am to 11pm. Thing to note is that there are 3 types of tickets. There is the "Full Day Passport" (46,000 won for adults) where you get to enjoy all the rides throughout the whole theme park, both in and outdoor and it includes admission to the Folk museum) There is also the "admission only" ticket (31,000 won for adults) where you just enter but can't take any rides" and lastly, the "after 4pm" tickets where you get a discounted rate if you enter the park after 4pm (37,000 won for all rides passport, 26,000 won for admission)

Refer to this LINK for more info. 
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Upon entering the theme park, you will be greeted by this huge ice skating rink which is also South Korea's largest ice skating rink. You will normally see those little kids training at the centre of the rink with their coaches then the noobs, i mean amateurs will take the outer part of the rink foe leisure skating. Like abit stress with all the pros there, LOLOLOL
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#firstletmetakeaselfie before anything else. HAHA
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With the 2 mascots of Lotte World, Lotty and Lorry! Are they squirrels? Or Racoons? Or Mouse? 我真的不懂.
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Not ready to start the day with exhilarating rides so we went to the "Fantasy Forest" to see animals and insects, HAHHAHA This attraction is also Korea's largest indoor nature explorers' center. Got animals, fishes, insects and more!
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I'M INSIDE LOTTE WORLD!!! #happyboy89
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One of the indoor rides - Giant Loop" It's like you sit in this roller coaster train and it will keep going 360 degrees round and round so at some point you will be totally upside down. Never try cos it was closed for the day. Heng ah. LOLOLOL
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Just nice after we arrived, it was almost time for the Fantasy Parade which happens twice a day! I think it's quite common for theme park to have this kind of Parade where everyone just stand long the sides of the route and watch the floating cars passed by and dancers dancing to the music. Quite happening and it's like everyone is so happy! Woohoooo!
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Pirate ship! Every time i take such rides, i get this uneasy feeling in my tummy. Eww
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Inside the indoor theme park, there is also the Marvelous Art Museum which is like the trick eye museum! The variety is not as much but still, it was quite fun posing with all the art works! Since it's part of the theme park and free, why not!
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Was feeling a bit hungry (forgot about lunch again!) so i got myself a Popcorn chicken and drink combo from one of their stores inside the theme park! The way they combine the snack holder and cup is ingenious, you only have to hold the cup instead of 2 separate things, very thoughtful for theme park go-ers. Not very expensive also, 4000 won which is $5?
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Found a fast food place for lunch at the basement - "Ogre's Factory" Had their chicken burger set and additional order of Cheese sticks! Almost done with the indoor attractions and it's time to step out to the outdoor "Magic Island"! (Apparently the indoor theme park is called "Adventure") Honestly, there is nothing much in the indoor theme park...
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Once you step out of the indoor theme park, there will be a bridge which leads to a castle and that's where all the outdoor rides are located! Totally feels like i'm in Disneyland because of the castle. You see the photo below! HAHAHA
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Felt that the indoor theme park was pretty boring but once i stepped out, in my mind i was like, "so this is where all the exciting rides are!" There are several scary ones which i will never try such as the "Gyro Swing" and the "Gyro Spin" The way they spin is oh my tians. I feel that if i were to take any of those rides, that's it for my day at Lotte world because i will be feeling dizzy and nauseous for the rest of the day, HAHHAHAHA The Atlantis roller coaster was not bad though!

There wasn't much of a queue that day for all rides, at the very most we waiting for 15 mins or less. I remember me and don went into the entrance of one ride called the "Comet Express" without knowing it was actually a indoor roller coaster -__- and the main highlight of the ride was... the seats were able to spin freely throughout the ride. Oh my tians. The seats just spun round and round through the ups and downs of the roller coaster and you have no idea of the direction because the whole place was dark. Come to think of it, it was actually quite fun! Would i go again? Maybe not.
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Attempted the vertical bungee drop! Quite scary when it suddenly shoot all the way up and without the warning, just drop all the way down. There is a taller version of it - "Gyro drop" at 70m high and 100km/ hr but was under renovation.
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Super shiok to be standing infront of these dry fog machine which helps to cool you down.
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Attempted most of the outdoor rides and went back indoor to get my flavoured ice!
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Decided to take this "hot air balloon" ride before we end the day at Lotte World. Basically you board this "hot air balloon", get lifted off to the ceiling and it brings you around the indoor theme park. Need to stand throughout the ride.
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Totally didn't expect the queue to be so long. Queued for about 25 mins? #camwhore
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Bird's eye view of the indoor "adventure" theme park.
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At 7pm, there was a KPOP musical show at the Garden Stage which was pretty interesting as they dance to the latest KPOP songs from Big Bang, 2NE1 etc. It's like high school musical but in Korean. But the funny thing is, the dancers are mostly ang mos (you won't be able to see from the photos above), so weird looking at them lip syncing to Korean songs!
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Soon it was getting dark and all the indoor lighting of the theme park was turned on, exactly like what i watched on Running Man! Feels so magical and enchanted. The last ride of the day was this beautiful carousel which we spent 3/4 of the time camwhoring. Anyway, we were not the only ones camwhor-ing lor, a lot others were doing the same too! :D
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Passed by Krispy Kreme on the way out and decided to grab a few donuts before taking the train back to Myeondong. I love the original Krispy Kreme donuts more than the flavoured ones! I swear i can finish a dozen on my own! 맛있어요
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Went back to Myeondong to search for place to have late dinner. As it was getting late, the stores were already starting to pack up. I realised Myeondong closes quite early at about 10 plus 11. It was raining heavily that night. So coldddd~
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My Cheong Songyi and Doo MinJoo endorsing some facial brands!!! The Koreans are still crazy over the drama even though it has been a while since the show ended. In fact, during the period when i was in Seoul, there was a special exhibition at Dongdaemun that features the drama and re-constructed house of Cheong Songyi and Doo Minjoo, exactly the same as you watch in the drama! Didn't get to go for the exhibition though. I was the only one interested in it, LOL
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Had fried chicken for late dinner/ supper near our hostel. The place was crowded with people taking away and having their supper in-house as well at such late timings. This shows how popular Fried chicken and beer is in Korea! 맛있어요
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This marks the end of the Day 2 post! The next day would be another day of roaming around Seoul. Not going to Everland as i felt that going to theme parks 2 days in a row would be too much of an adrenaline rush and we were already quite tired spending the entire day at Lotte World so we are resting for 1 day and Everland would be on Day 4! 

Now that's one theme park down, one more to go!

안녕히 가세요!                           

Friday, July 25, 2014

Trip to Wheeler's yard!

Another cafe in my cafe hopping list down! Always wanted to visit Wheeler's Yard due to the recent hype and influx of the cafe photos on my Facebook and Instagram but the only reason that i'm hesitating is the location - all the way to Toa Payoh! But nevertheless, the newly created whatsapp group "Brunch buddies" consisting of me, Jiaqi, Jing Long and Gisiang decided to visit Wheeler's Yard on a weekend! Weekend = crowd, so we had to be mentally prepared. HAHHAHA
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Wheeler's Yard
28 Lorong Ampas, 328781
     Tue - Thu: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm  | Fri - Sat: 10:30 am - 11:00 pm | Sun: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm

Took a train to Toa Payoh, followed by a bus to Balestier Shaw Plaza and a 5 mins walk in from Jalan Ampas and turn right into Lorong Ampas. Not exactly very accessible but i think if the food is worth it, why not. Upon reaching the entrance there were already a few groups of people taking the "mandatory Wheeler's yard" shot, LOL! But we decided to leave the photo taking to the last and go in since we were super hungry! There are both outdoor and indoor seating (the place was super packed that day as expected) and the weather was a killer so we decided to wait for a indoor seat...
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As you can see, the counter queue was super long that day. Seriously not a good idea to have brunch or go cafe hopping on a weekend because of the crowd, but then again weekend is normally the days where people are free. Oh wells... The whole interior design of the cafe was pretty interesting and definitely photo worthy. Very cosy i would say but i would love it if there isn't much people. Maybe i should try going there on a weekday.The operating hours in the photo above is different from what i stated earlier but what i got was from their official Facebook page. Now i'm confused...
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Decided to have the all day breakfast sets but before that, truffle fries for us to share! One piece of advice, even if you can't decided between the cheese fries or truffle fries, CHOOSE ONE. Don't get both because the portion is so huge! (not complaining though) One portion is good to share among 4 person so unless you have more than 5 people, i won't recommend you getting 2 portions. Nevertheless, the truffle fries was just right, not too bad. Just a little oily though.
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Gisang and i ordered the Wheeler's Yard Big Breakfast each, Jiaqi got the smoked Salmon and scrambled eggs set and... i forgot what burger Jing Long ordered. LOL Presentation wise i would say the food looks really appetizing and delicious, portion was good but taste wise, i thought it was just so-so. Nothing much in a my Big Breakfast stood out (then again it's kinda expected cos all breakfast platter consist of about the same thing) The bratwurst taste a little weird though.
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Was sharing tables with others if you realised. It's like this whole square table so the 4 of us took 1 corner of it, LOL
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I realised nowadays we keep eating our meals cold because we will spend the first 15 mins or more trying to get the perfect shot for instagram. After that use camera for blog. Kinda used to it already since i'm one of the culprits. /guilty
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Mandatory #groupselfie after our meal with the signature blue door!
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Was quite pleased with the #groupselfie shot then this group of girls came up to me and ask me help them take a group photo and in exchange, they took one for us too! Now we got an almost full body shot! Wait. Was i the one who cropped our shoes away while editing? Probably not, and there's no reason to. LOL Will i go back to Wheeler's yard again? Maybe.

Cafe Hopping in Singapore!
Checkout my list of cafes that i visited by clicking the image above!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

#OOTD no. 3: Lee Cooper Spring Summer 2014!

Part 3 and also the final #ootd for my Lee Cooper Spring Summer 2014 Campaign! If you missed my previous 2 posts, you can read it HERE and HERE. 2 months ago, i picked 3 outfits (top and bottom) from the Lee Cooper Spring Summer 2014 collection at their latest outlet which is at Orchard Gateway, level 2 and each month i will do up a #ootd coordinate blog post and show you guys what i picked! Unknowingly it's the 3rd month and, here's a recap of the previous 2 #ootds!
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I posted the above "teaser" on my instagram last month
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For my 3rd #ootd. I decided to pick a casual graphic tee and classic denim jeans!
 photo ootd3.jpg I don't know if you noticed but my 3rd #ootd is somewhat similar to the first! (I bet some of you will scroll up and look back at the first photo! HAHAHHAH) The first #ootd look was supposed to be a buttoned up shirt and paired along with the denim jeans but i decided to go for a casual look and use the shirt as a outer wear instead so i had to find an inner shirt and casually picked the tee that was supposed to be for this #ootd! If i didn't say, would you have notice it? LOLOL
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You know how sometimes you are in a rush and you need to pick a random tee and paired it up with a jeans in order not to look too shabby? Well, that's basically my 3rd #ootd! A very simple coordinate for school or just a simple dinner. Not bad right! By the way, the grey leather shoes that you see in the #ootd are from Lee Cooper too (Retail at $89.90) :D

Hope you enjoyed reading my 3 Lee Cooper #ootd post! Special mention to Lee Cooper for the sponsor.
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Find your nearest Lee Cooper Store at Queensway shopping Centre, Jurong Point or Orchard Gateway!
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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Travelogue Day 1: 안녕하세요 Seoul! Hongdae, Trickeye Museum, Ice Museum and Dongdaemun!

Annyeonghaseyo! Officially day 1 of my Korea travelogue even though technically i arrived the night before. For whatever reason you missed the previous Day 0 post, you can read it before you start on this post: Day 1 in the land of Hallyu - as much as i can't wait to visit the oh so famous theme parks, i felt that the first day should be spent getting into the momentum of being in Korea, if you get what i mean. I wanted to roam the streets, eat their street food, spend some Korean wons, basically getting into the mood of being in another country and the best place to start would definitely be one of the more popular tourist area in Seoul - Hongdae! At the same time, visit the ever famous trick eye museum! :D
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Accommodation for this trip: Seoul Tower Hotel. Had a pretty good sleep the night before, the bed was comfy, temperature just nice. Skipped the hostel breakfast because it was nothing much, basically just jam and bread i think.
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#ootd in the middle of the road outside the hostel. 
 Love how my copper/orange adds vibrance into the photo. The photo probably won't be as vibrant if my hair was black.
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On the way downhill towards Myeondong subway station, i spotted this little store selling toast bread. Took the menu and decided on something on the safe side - Ham Cheese Toast. Little did i expect it to have a omelette inside as well with the ham and cheese! Not only that, the egg was mixed with corn before pan-frying. The first bite was HEAVENLY. It's like the perfect breakfast and in my head i was like, "I can totally have this everyday!!!" In front of the counter (bottom right hand corner pic) is a couple of baskets which i soon realized it's for the payment. Basically you pay by putting the money into the baskets - coins and notes separately and if you are supposed to get change, just take from baskets accordingly. It's all based on integrity since the 2 ahjummas are pretty busy preparing the orders. 맛있어요!
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The taste of the toast still lingers in my head till today and i wish i can have one of it right now! :(
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Traveling on the subway requires the T-money card, just like our Ezlink in SG. So we went to the T-money machine to purchase one each, selected English language and was given a choice of getting the normal card (2500won) or the token (5000won) The token looked pretty unique and makes a nice souvenir so i got the token for myself and topped it up! $$
Talking about traveling on the subway. Do download this "Subway Korea" app by Broong, Inc. This app is the must-have app a tourist in Korea should have. It has the latest subway map and provides you with essential information that you need such as time table, transfer information, cost and more. I referred to this app wherever i go because it gives me the route that takes the shortest time and the stations to transit to get to my destination. Oh ya, the app is FREE! 대박
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To get to Hongdae, take the subway (Line 2) to Hongik University station (홍대입구역) Approx 26 mins from Myeondong.
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Instead of roaming the streets, we decided to head to Trickeye Museum directly. To get to Trickeye Museum, take exit 9. Go straight for about 150m and turn left onto Hongik Street. Go straight 120m and turn right down the second side street (between TonyMoly and Holika Holika) Continue for about 100m and Trickeye museum will just be on your right.

If you think the instructions is confusing, fret not. There will be signages along the way to guide you to the Museum. Don't expect a grand entrance because the entrance is only a stairway leading to the Museum at the basement. Admission fee is 15,000 won but do PRINT OUT THIS COUPON (link) which will entitle you to pay only 12,000 won! ($15)
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Practically took photo with every single artwork but i'm not gonna flood all the photos here plus it's gonna spoil all the fun if you know everything that's inside. Actually few days before i was about to fly to Korea, i received an invite for the opening of Trick eye Museum at RWS but the date was during my trip but never mind, i visited the real deal in Korea! :D
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Inside the museum, there is actually "photo spots" stickers on the floor which your photographer should stand on so that he/she can have the best angle to take the photo in order to achieve the best result of each artwork. There are also examples pasted at the side so you can reference it in case you have no idea how to pose! Think out of the box!

The ticket also includes admission to the Ice Museum located on the same level! Before you enter the sub temperature museum, the staff will pass you this ridiculous looking vest which you are supposed to wear it inside (i have no idea what's the purpose of it) but you won't see the "vest" in the photos below because it's so ugly and it will definitely ruin the photos lor. Wore the vest in and took it off upon entering. Just ta-han the cold, take all the photos and leave!
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You know how we have the 2 degree ice art exhibition in SG? It's like the same thing lor, only smaller. It's really really cold inside till i exited the museum after going in for about 15 mins, then hang out outside at normal temperature before attempting to go in again for more photos. I was wearing short sleeves and shorts some more! Totally freezing.
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Good experience nevertheless and i really enjoyed both the trick eye and ice museum. Spent close to 2.5 hours in total i think. There's also free WiFi at the main area so you can upload your photos online on the spot to show your friends! Then again, now that the trick eye museum is opened in RWS, it might not be that unique anymore... Nonetheless, it's still a must visit attraction for tourist! You tell me, how can you go to Seoul and not visit the famous trick eye museum?!

Time to roam the streets of Hongdae! Hongdae is known for its urban arts and indie music culture. I heard that it gets really crowded during the weekends and you can find freelance singers and musicians showcasing their talents along the street! There is also lots of cafes and fashion stores, catering to the students from the nearby Hongik University. Nice!
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Spotted a cat cafe as well as the famous Hello Kitty cafe too! I really love how the fashion stores display their apparels and accessories, makes me just wanna buy everything! One thing you can notice about the apparels is the quality! 좋은
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After spending the afternoon at the museums and roaming the streets, we realized we did not have our lunch. So we popped by a random steak restaurant called - "Roscoco" and had set meal each. Mine was a teriyaki chicken steak set!
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Before lunch, we past by several street stalls selling street snacks but we told ourselves to have something decent for lunch before trying them all, LOL Was so tempted to buy and eat along the way while looking for a place to have lunch!!! 2 highlights snacks was this fish waffle filled with yogurt and a chocolate covered fruit stick (3000 won) Delicious but i think the yogurt filling inside was too much for me, couldn't finish it. The waffle was nice and crispy!

Have always been a fan of Churros and when i saw this stall selling made to order Churros, i knew i had to get one! The ahjumma will squeeze out the dough and put it into the fryer and it takes about 7 mins for an order to be ready. Piping hot churros with chocolate dip (2500 won) One word - Awesome! Why is it so difficult to find good Churros in Singapore?
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Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering around Hongdae and when Don mentioned that the flagship store of the famous women's fashion store StyleNanda is located in Hongdae, we decided to hunt for it since we had to buy some stuffs back for our friends. Took us awhile to find the store since there was no directions, almost wanted to on our wifi egg so that i can use my GPS but just as i was about to search on my phone, the store was just to our left! So lucky us.

While don was making payment, i came across the famous Stylenanda photo booth which i remember seeing girls on my FB and Instagram taking a photo as a "proof of visit" and since it was empty, i just went in and started taking photos (it's free by the way, lol) Ended up taking twice, one in B&W and 1 in colour. #freethrill #kiasu #singaporean HAHAHHAHAHA
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Random #ootd shot along the street. The photo turned out pretty nice!
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After Hongdae, we decided to head to Dongdaemun to see if we can do some shopping. On the way there, we passed by this stream which i think is the famous 11km Cheonggyecheon (청계천) stream that runs through downtown Seoul. There is a history behind this stream (go read if online if you are interested) but now it's a good hangout place for couples to rest and relax. In the photo above, there's actually ducks on the middle platform! I have no idea where they come from.
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Taking the subway during the peak period is seriously no joke. Just when you are entering the train upon the door opening, people from behind will just push you all the way in and when it's time for you to alight, you have no choice but to push your way out because it's so squeezy! Just when you think the peak hour crowd in SG is bad. Oh my tians...
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Dongdaemun is a popular shopping and tourist destination. Definitely one of the must-go because there's so many shopping malls in the area and they are opened up to 5am! YES, 5AM! You did not read wrongly! Even though it's a shopping haven, the stuff for guys are quite limited or should i say they are selling almost the same thing. Couldn't really enjoy shopping because the shop keeper will come and "pester" you and do some hard selling, so annoying. Anyway the apparels at Dongdaemun are not really cheap but again one thing you can be sure is definitely the quality.

Outside along the streets are these stalls that sells Korean street snacks like the famous spicy rice cake (Tteokbokki) and my all time favourite corndog covered with french fries on the outside! Super delicious with the tomato sauce!!
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Saw a shop in one of the malls selling a whole range of one of my favourite brand - Boy London! Oh my god, i want to buy the whole store down!!! I want all the singlets, tee and pullovers, not forgetting the caps!!! Some limited edition!
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Stalls along the pavement selling all sorts of street snacks! After looking closely at the photos above, i realized they do sell churros too! (or is it not?) Now i kinda regret not trying a bit of everything. Everything must have taste delicious :(
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Once again we were too busy roaming around that we totally forgotten about our dinner. Decided to have Fried Chicken! Korean Fried Chicken or Seasoned Chicken (yangnyeom chicken) is really popular in Korea and it's one of most popular food item to have for supper for Korean! It's normally consumed with Beer and recently this "chicken and beer" got really famous because of the hit Korean drama - My love from the Star" as it's the favourite supper of Cheon Songyi
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On the way back to the hotel, i saw a street stall at Myeondong street selling my all time favourite egg bread (Gyeran Bbang 계란빵)! It's like this sweet muffin with a slightly salted whole egg on top of it! SUPER DELICIOUS, especially when it's just out from the oven!!! You have no idea how good it is until you taste it for yourself! So craving for one right now!

That's all for my Day 1 in Korea! While blogging about my trip, i realized i ate quite a lot along the way, especially those junk and street food instead of proper meals. Then again, i'm not really a fan of Korean food because good ones are mostly spicy or they are filled with lots of veggies, especially the side dishes that comes along with the meal you ordered, mostly are all greens and veggies. Oh wells, i'm perfectly fine with fried chicken and street food! HAHHAHAHA My Day 2 post would be a visit to one of the famous theme parks in Korea! Not mentioning which one so do stay tuned!