The second stop of our Honey Moon, we met up with family and friends in Seoul, Korea. This is our first time in Korea aside from a stopover a few years back. It’s definitely an amazing county to visit.
Food is such an important factor in our vacation. We had to try all the good eats Soeul had to offer.
Live octopus is one of the most popular delicacies in Korea. We didn’t try but was amused by this giant wall mounted octopus which reminded us on Dotonburi in Osaka.
Street food around town has really good dried squid and kimbap.
For any war and history buffs, I highly recommend the Korean war museum. The entire side of the building had huge displays of war vehicles and plans from the Korean war.
Three commies Mao, Kim, and Stalin. Where’s Uncle Ho?
This giant pot pie is not what it seems. Inside consists of curry fried chicken. Apparently Koreans are obsessed with fried chicken and have mastered it down to an art form. It’s hard to believe but one of the best fried chickens in my life I ate in Korea. (Hand over pie to show how big it was!)
Look! Tiff is holding this bronze statue. Can you see the excitement in her face?
Kim chi is an important daily staple for Koreans. There’s a wide selection at this local market.
Our friends devising of a game plan on how to maximize snack buying. As you can see, we each had our own shopping cart.
Sustainable produce being grown indoors using UV light.
Cosmetic surgery is huge in Korea and we saw at least one of these ads in every train stop.
More fried chicken! I’m telling you this stuff is good!
Until next time Korea…