My name is Mirim. I’m studying food service management.
I like to hang out, talk, and eat delicious food with my friends!
I like puppies and cats, and I also enjoy reading comic books. Above all, I love traveling!!
I can speak English, and of course Korean, and a little bit of Spanish. Welcome everyone!
Let’s hang out with me 🙂
Traditional / Food
First, Gyeongbokgung Palace
Delicious & Traditional Seochon Tour. Seochon is the west part of Gyeongbok Palace. There are lots of galleries, cute cafes, yummy foods, and people who are wearing hanbok. If you want to get your best photo ever with hanbok, this is the perfect chance for you! First, we will change our costume to hanbok by your choice. If you don’t want to wear hanbok, you don’t need to wear it. But if you wear hanbok, you can choose the color or design of your hanbok. Moreover, if you wear hanbok, the entrance fee of the palace is free! And then we will head to Gyeongbok Palace.
After that, we will have dinner at the restaurant named Junsubang kitchen or Italy Chongak. You can choose Korean fusion restaurant or Italian restaurant. The prices are almost same. (Korean fusion restaurant is Hanok, which is Korean traditional building. The Italian restaurant is good as well.)
Third, Korean traditional dessert cafe
Our final course is Korean traditional dessert café. The menus are Korean traditional desserts. For example, watermelon sherbet, ripe persimmon with red bean, or red bean ice dessert. This is the end of my second tour!