So after we finished our breakfast, we head to the Gwanghwamun for started our journey! Remember to take the Exit 5 if you wish to follow our path to the visited place too. They said capture photo in the train is a must so I did it. LOL
First up, we visited the lovely building called "Spring" which was designed by Claes Oldenburg. The first thing that pop in my mind was it looks like a candy cane to me! Red and blue colour combination just makes people feeling happy.
General Information of Gyeongbokgung :
✿ Price : 3,000 won(Gyeongbokgung ONLY)
10,000 won(Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung & The Secret Garden, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung & Jongmyo Shrine)
✿ Regular Tour : Age 19~64 - 3,000 won / 2.400 won ( group, 10 or more )
Age 7~18 - 1,500 won / 1,200 won ( group, 10 or more )
* Free: Children(Ages 6 and under), Ages 65 and above
* With the purchase of a book of Combination Tickets (adults 10,000 won, Youth 5,000 won), one admission for each of the five different palaces is available within one month. (Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung - the Secret Garden included, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung and Jongmyo Shrine).
✿ Official Website : http://www.royalpalace.go.kr/html/eng/main/main.jsp
✿ How to go : The palaces and Jongmyo Royal Shrine are easy to reach by subway or Seoul City Tour Bus. Gyeongbokgung : Exit 5 of Gyeongbokgung Stn. on Subway Line 3.
Squid Rice (Nakji Dolsot Bibimbap) - 8,000 won | RM26.72
Soy soup with rice (Doenjsng-jjigae) - 6,000 won | RM20.04
Bukchon Hanok Village.
For more info,
Bukchon Hanok Village : zahttp://bukchon.seoul.go.kr/chi/index.jsp
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