A few weeks ago, I was invited by the travel agency Thomas Cook to take part in a trip to Moganshan with a few other bloggers. As soon as it comes to...
Since there were so many little Lu recently, here is an article about travel.
TH and I wanted to go to Korea. We heard a lot about this country and we are intrigued by it. So many trends come from there ! Fashion, electronic, music… so we decided to visit Seoul for a long weekend in September.
The street of our guesthouse
Over there, we took our time, we discovered a new culture which have reminded us Japan (just a little), we used metal chopstick, drank a lot of Korean tea in the cute yard of our lovely guesthouse, a traditional Korean house, ate kimchi in every meal, devoured bibimbap, we hang out in Bukchon Hanok Village, we visited some palace, we walked in Gangnam, we strolled in Namdeamun market, we slept on tatamis… we love Seoul !
The cute yard of our guesthouse
Chili drying in the sun
The famous bibimbap, a korean dish which means : mixed rice. Rice, vegetable, a lot of sauce, raw eggs… served in a hot stone pot which make the rice crispy. Delicious!
After you mixed
Lost in Bukchon Hanok Village
Korean oyster and fish pancakes
Kimchi (fermented and spicy cabbage) that goes with every meal
Le marche Gwangjang, un endroit que nous avons adore ! On peut y trouver de tout mais surtout a manger… On a particulierement aime les stands de pancakes coreens. Ce sont des sortes de crèpes / pancakes frits aux legumes, tofus, poissons… et bien sur c’est super bon !
Gwanjang market, a place that we really enjoyed! You can find anything there but especially food. We loved the pancakes. It’s a type of fried crepe mixed with vegetable, tofu or fish… and it is sooooo good!
You can also eat these type of big sausage or pig feet…
… or a plate of noodle with vegetables!
Unexpected ice cream cornet
A kimchi seller
A peruvian music show
People listening to the music
A lady with 3 dogs
The changing guard at Gyeongbokgung palace
Don’t you want to go to Seoul now? I would like to go back there just to enjoy this cute yard.
Tomorrow, a little Lu in Seoul!
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