Hi, I’m GaSun.Just call me Daisy. I cannot live without culture. I have always been interested in many kinds of culture. I like read a book or see a movie and travel the world. Especially I love to experience another country’s culture. Of course, I love our, Korea’s culture. I think I’m funny and I like to talk with friends about anything.
Nature / Food
First, Bosingak / Cheonggyecheon
Journey into both nature and food of Seoul.
This tour will take you to core attractions of Seoul. We’ll meet at the Jonggak and pass through Bosingak. Bosingak is a bell of a Buddhist temple that valuable piece of Joseon’s history dating back to the 15th century.
After we take a look at the Bosingak, we’ll walk across to the Cheonggyecheon Stream. Cheonggye Stream was renovated over 2-years (2003-2005) and finally revealed itself after a long time underneath the road. You’ll be able to observe the changing features of Seoul, walking along the beautiful stream in the city.
Second, Gwangjang Market
And we’ll take a dinner at the Gwangjang Market. Gwangjang Market is a traditional market connecting the market of the Joseon Dynasty. There are plenty of diners selling various foods like Korean-style raw beef, Mung Bean Pancake, Tteokbokki.