These are words that are describing me a bit. : artistic, easygoing, outgoing, sensitive, emotional, comfortable, playful, passionate, caring, open minded, and energetic. I’m falling in love with traveling since i was young. When i have some free time, or vacation, I always pack the bag and go. Life is my play ground! I like driving, exercising, going out with friends. I like window shopping and spending time in cafe with good desserts. (yummy.) I like talking about “life” and comparing how common and different we are. I can be serious and chill both in same time. I’m super passionated with art. I love visiting art galleries and museums. I also do painting, so if you see me in person, I would love to show you my art works. Lastly, I’m quite good at planning & scheduling. So, if you come to Korea and meet up with me, I can help setting your trip. I have been planning trips in Seoul when my guests visit me, so I have some great routes to tell you. It’s Only made for your interests and your tempo of traveling.
Culture / Food
First, Seodaemun Prison History Hall
Korea is very colorful country. Since I am an artist, I wanted to see Seoul through color. If you join me, we will experience ‘rainbow’ in Seoul. My tour will take you to a breezy stroll along the core attractions of Seoul.
I will take you around Seoul from tradition to modern! Let’s meet up! ☺
First, we meet at the Dongnimmun station line 3.
Seodaemun Prison History Hall is not only a historical museum, but also a former prison, which was used during the Japanese occupation. Foreigners can vividly see and learn about the repression that the Korean people suffered under the Japanese occupation. I took a class for learning detailed history of this place so that I can teach you and show you around.
After we take a look at the Prison, lunch will take place at a traditional Tongin Market, located on the west of the Gyeongbokgung Palace. You will experience various foods at the Lunch Box Cafe by using brass coins (the currency of Chosun Dynasty).
We will walk across the Gwanghwamun Plaza to go Anguk station. From this area, we can not only shop souvenirs, but also walk around hidden galleries. Then, if we get tired, we will take a rest in a traditional tea café to taste traditional snacks.
Third, Han River
From Anguk area, we are going to move to Jamwon station to view Han river. We will go to see sunset of Seoul. I will take professional photograph for you in Han river.
After few minutes of walking in Han river, we are going to observatory café to draw the scenery of Seoul and each other’s portrait to exchange each other. The tour will end in Sinsa-dong.