It was Saturday and also the eve of Chuseok 2014.
Decided to check out the new DMZ route from Seoul to Baekmagoji by taking the DMZ train.
|I was early ^^|
|Haven't had my breakfast so I decided to buy a 도시락 to eat on the train.|
|Nasi goreng...mee goreng....NOPPEEEE!!|
I don't miss them at all!!
|I felt there were more choices of 도시락 than before.|
|This kiosk selling 주먹밥 JuMeokBap (riceballs) had the longest queue.|
|I finally settled on this kiosk ^^|
|I decided to get this ^^|
|Order and pay.|
Wait for your number to be called.
|The bright colours set the mood for the trip!|
Everyone was busy taking pictures of the train.
I was not the only one ㅋㅋㅋ
|The 도시락 comes with a cup of water, napkin and wet tissue ^^|
|Swallowing my saliva as I looked at this picture.|
I can still remember how good it tasted!!
|It looked simple but this is exactly my kind of 도시락. ^^|
An ordinary and simple 도시락 can be so tasty as well!
This 도시락 will not taste as good without the kimchi.
The crew on the train went around to ask which city tour you would like to join. So glad they have such service becos I was still wondering where to sign up for city tour as the website did not specify clearly.
|The train ride took slightly longer than 2 hours but time passed by faster than I thought.|
They tried to make the train ride experience as interesting as possible.
This was especially so for the returned trip.
|Reached Baekmagoji Station at 11.45am.|
|Follow the arrow to get to the tour bus.|
There was a washroom inside this waiting area. The queue is always very long for the LADIES and since I was not sure what time the tour bus will drive off, I skipped the washroom.
|Inside the waiting area.|
There were two tour buses at the carpark and they served different tour routes. Obviously, I did not know which bus to go to, so I showed the pamphlet to the tour operator/guide standing near the buses. They guided me to the second bus.
|Come to think of it, what was the purpose of the crew asking me which city tour I wanted to take. Anyway, I did not have to pay the fees to the crew. I paid my fees just before I board the tour bus.|
|Yup. I paid the tour fees to her.|
죄송합니다. This picture is to let you have a better understanding of how the whole thing works. I didn't mean to be rude by taking this picture. Btw, my student pass didn't secure me with a cheaper rate hahahaha
They were so surprised when I spoke English becos I was the only foreigner in the city tour ㅎㅎㅎ
The tour was conducted in Korean....
That's fine with me although it would be better if it was conducted in English.