The second Seoul tour started at 8:30 in the morning. It was a course that visited the most “Korean” places.
Even though it was quite early in the morning, everyone seemed excited to start the tour.
First, we went to the biggest palace in Korea, Kyungbok Palace.
In teams we were able to roam around together, share our interests about Korea, and imitate historical drama—we could easily bond.
We are looking around and learning about Korean history.
After the Kyungbok Palace tour, we headed Korean cuisine buffet, “Nature Kitchen” to fill our hungry bellies.
We tasted unfamiliar Korean food and were able to learn more about it.
Everyone is enjoying a good meal.
The next course was Bukchon Hanok Village.
Whereas we saw the king’s palace in the morning, in the afternoon we saw the houses for the common people.
We are looking around traditional Korean houses and feeling the Korean beauty itself.
Due to the too good weather, we are resting inside, hiding from the heat.
In this way, we walked the Bukchon Hanok Village for couple of hours, understanding more about Korea and learning some Korean language.
The second Seoul tour ended with good memories for the participants.