On November 5th, 2022, 2 YG members and 3 exchange students met at Changgyeonggung at 5pm. In Changgyeonggung, we roamed around and took pictures. We could see traditional Korean buildings. Also, we could learn about Daehan Empire history. Since Changgyeonggung had both traditional and modern styles of buildings, it made the palace attractive. It features a more liberal design in an east-west...
On May 28, 2022, three YG members and three exchange students met at Sinchon at 12:00. After meet up, we had popular Korean food Tteokbokki in ‘또보겠지 떡볶이집(See you later Tteokbokki Restaurant)’. And we take photos and enjoyed our time. Then we moved Ichon Station by taking subway.
The weather was nice. And the National Museum of Korea welcomed us. The National Museum of Korea is one of the world’s 10 largest museums, and as of 2016, it has 403,290 works and relics. It continues to be added now. We could experience the essence of Korean culture from here.
The interior of the museum was spacious and comfortable. From prehistoric times to modern, we could feel and experience 5,000 years of Korean history deeply. We talked about what we felt while looking at ceramics, murals, and Buddha statues there.
After a colorful experience, our team headed to the tea house. The tea house name is ‘사유 공간 찻집(Sayu Space tea house)’, which means thinking deeply about something, and there is ‘Ban ga Sayu Sang(반가사유상)’ Statue at the third floor of the museum. We had a great time eating traditional Korean tea with lovely Korean refreshments like Tteok(떡) and Yakgwa(약과). We talked a lot and know each other more closely and had a good moment.