Under the cool breeze of the April, we divided 4 YG members and 4 exchanged students into 2 groups and headed to the room-escape. We gathered around at the Hongdae station at 3p.m. and the whole program took about 3 hours. After we met, we briefly had a self-introductory time and headed to the room-escape feeling nervous because the room was notorious for their scary themes. As the success-rat...
On November 20th, with early Christmas carols ringing on the streets in Korea, 3 YG members and 3 exchange students visited Namsan Tower located in Yongsan-gu, Seoul. Since it was a time when the coronavirus had increased again, we never took off our masks except when we took pictures.
In fact, the official name of Namsan Tower is Namsan Seoul Tower, which Koreans usually call Namsan Tower. The tower is a landmark of Seoul, and we can see it all over Seoul on a clear day. In addition, it is loved by not only foreigners but also Koreans because you can see the entire area of Seoul at the top of the tower.
We went up to Namsan Tower by a cable car and looked at the view of Seoul. We arrived at Namsan Tower at 8 p.m., so we could see the night view of Seoul. The night in Seoul was lit with many shining lights.
You can buy various Korean souvenirs at Namsan Tower. The exchange students enjoyed watching these, and they also bought them.
Due to the pandemic, we had to go home without having a meal together, but we looked at the night view of Seoul, which was beautiful enough to soothe such a regret.