Hi~:) Do u want to know about me?! haha. I’m Hyunjeong Lee living in the Seoul. I’m a University student studying Chinese. I lived in China for 6 months. So I can speak English and Chinese. I love to go to a lot of places. And I was born in the Seoul so I can explain to you so well! Also, I love to talk and meet new friends.
Culture / Food
First, Bukchon Hanok Village
Hi~ You can experience the Korea traditional cultures from house to food.
Through this tour, you can be like a Korean because you can know most of Korea cultures.
After lunch, we will meet at Anguk subway station.
Bukchon Hanok Village is a typical historic area in Seoul.
Hanoks were built in the 1900s. Korean-style House Preservation Movement started in the 2000s.
So nowadays about 1200 Hanok remain in the Bukchon and still people live in there.
In the Bukchon, you can see Korean traditional house. And especially you can feel the harmony between traditional and modernity.
Second, Korea Traditional Cafe
After we see 5 spots of Bukchon, we will go to Korea traditional café.
In the Hanok café, you can drink Korea tea using traditional methods.
Third, Samcheongdong street
After about 30 minutes, we will walk along Samcheongdong street of culture for going to the subway station.
In the Samcheongdong street, you can see and buy a lot of Korea traditional goods like a stamp, lamp, Hahoe mask, teacup etc.
Fourth, Gwangjang Market
At 17:00 we will go to Gwangjang Market for eating dinner.
You will experience Korea street foods. Gimbap, Topokki, Sundae, Mung-bean pancake(Bindaetteok), sliced raw octopus, Korean-style raw beef are the popular foods in the Kwangjang Market.
You can eat diverse foods. And they are not expensive!!
Especially the sliced raw octopus& raw beef is most famous.
If you want to challenge, let’s eat together!! But if you can’t, I will eat so I can show you. Don’t worry~
With me, you can experience diverse Korea cultures.
And with this tour, u can be like a Korean so quickly. Haha Bye~:)