Upon turning left, I saw this small junction and cross to get to the diagonal side of the road. Just before I crossed the road, a Korean lady came up to me for direction....I apologise to her that I can't help her....
|I walked up the mild slope|
|The signboard caught my attention...and I dun like it.....|
|oink oink ^^ Almost thought they were real pigglets ㅋㅋㅋ|
|Isn't she cute!!!|
|Her mother was calling her but she was very reluctant to leave ㅋㅋㅋ|
|At last, I found it! Kuai 19 ^^|
The shop was not directly located at the signboard that we saw just now...Walk straight a few more steps and you will see another signboard to direct you.
Yup. Walk a few more steps and you will see this shop. Kuai 19 is above this shop. Walk into this shop and take the staircase to get to Kuai 19.
|First encounter of the restuarant|
|Specially dedicated for big Elmo fan, Emily ^^|
|I liked the setting here...Lots of flowers! I felt I was in a small garden ㅎㅎㅎ|
|This cafe across the road looked normal but it attracted my attention! Why??|
Their sign board attracted me! Cork for Turtle; Mug for Rabbit! Unusual.I liked Garosugil a lot. Things may not be cheap here but I feel the ambiance ^^
As I reached the main road, I saw a few shops like this.. Was this a tailor shop for school uniform? Kim and I agreed that Korean school uniform is so cute and pretty...unlike ours...
Oh! We have Fika in Singapore too! Are they the same??? Fika in Singapore was located somewhere in Arab street.
Oh! I am really ignorant but this was my first time to see blue lines on the road. We didn't have blue lines in Singapore. What does the blue lines mean? Was that meant for the bus lanes? In Singapore, we have yellow or yellow and red for bus lanes depending on the area.
I checked out the Internet and was partially correct... With reference to Guide to safe driving in Korea, the bus lane (in cities) has been established to limit traffic. It is marked by a blue line and it designates a lane to be used only by scheduled buses during rush hours. Supplemental signs normally show the time when no vehicles other than buses will travel in the lane. At intersections, the bus lane will have a broken or dash lines, vehicles other than buses may enter this bus lane to make a right turn or to immediately exit the main street.
Is this still valid because the information was uploaded in 2007.
|Surgeons that brings hope to people.............................................|
|Actually, I don't understand the hangul characters on this building but the Chinese words explained them all ^^|
A closer look...This should be the SM Building right? Yup I did not cross over the road to explore the building compound..
Saw this as I continued walking straight towards the direction of Cheongdam subway station.
|All I did was to walk and walk straight down...|