|Cross the road. If I did not remember wrongly, you can see "Twosome Place" on your right from here. 미안. I did not capture it in this picture.|
|Follow the red arrow and walk straight.|
|Huh??? Did I saw Jeongdok Public Library???|
|Felt as though this place was kinda off the beaten path from the tourist spot. |
I enjoyed walking along these high stonewalls and cobbled pavement.
|Green Food Zone sounds good. What is actually "Green Food Zone"? |
Just how big is the area of coverage?
This was not the first time I saw this signage in this trip.
|My pictures in this post will be quite uninspiring but it was nice walking around the place.|
|Walking around the area.|
|Quite a number of eating outlets can be found here.|
|Long queue but I didn't went up to check out what was the food that caused the long queue.|
|The big flower pots was the reason for this picture ㅋㅋㅋ|
|Out from the alley and I saw this familiar place!!! |
I was back to Jeongdok Public Library once again.
Nevermind, I got to know this area a little bit better...
|I crossed the road, walked straight and past the library.|
|Walking around aimlessly.|
|Many interesting shops but I didn't went into any one of them. Most of the shops looked expensive but its interesting to look at the different displays.|
|Girls' paradise ㅋㅋㅋ|
"My Little Pony" used to be one of my favourite cartoons when I was young.
|Saw a Saju cafe across the street but I didn't went in.|
|Out from the street and saw the National Folk Museum of Korea across the road. Okay, I knew where I was since I walked along this road last Autumn.|
|I made my way back to Gwanghwamun station. It would be a 10-15mins walk.|
|Flour based food...hmm...|
|I always find Koreans are very lucky to have beautiful parks.|
I saw a couple having their dosirak here.
To me, that's nice even if its just a simple dosirak.