Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Seoul: Day 4.

Korean BBQ. Worth having my hair and clothes smelling like meat for hours later.

What Seoul has in abundance: night lights and people.

Where I stayed very near to.

Cold Stone! You didn't think I will pass up the chance to have the (authentic) ultimate ice cream experience, did you.

Note: When I was in Australia, I had the Cold Stone wannabe, Cold ROCK, hahaha.

Had a blueberry ice cream yogurt sandwich, and a concoction of biscuit ice cream with oreo and chocolate wafers!

Admiring the lights and doing a bit of shopping at the street stalls at the same time.

Went to Cheonggyechon again, the stream looks entirely different at night. I love how there were couples and groups of friends peppered everywhere, munching on potato chips, whispering, laughing.

Artsy picture I took of the only rubbish bin I have seen thus far in Seoul. Yet, the city is quite clean and free from rubbish!

Tweed jacket: Singapore
Tartan shirtdress: Uniqlo
Bejeweled pearl necklace: Teeny's
Black kneehigh socks: Topshop
Black suede wedges: New Look
Bag: Miu Miu

Twas was a less hectic day. Walking along the 6km stream (we suspect we covered almost 2/3 of it), the night ended on a pensive note on my part.


mustardqueen said...

Eh eh since when you buy things from uniqlo wan wtf omg we shud try barbeque duck it is omg so good!!!!! yummy fat juicy duck ~~~

revel in me said...

mustardqueen: Why ar, what's wrong with uniqlo? I got it in SG! What barbeque duck!! SO RANDOMMMM!! :P

Pong said...

ey is the branded stuff cheap there? uhm. i mean cheaper than malaysia? teehee. ;)

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revel in me said...

pong: Ooops sorry I didn't see your comment! I didn't check out branded goods there, so sorry! :(