"Don't look down!" is what I had to keep telling myself as I hiked, might as well been a climb, down the steep trail to Makapu'u Tidepools.
Korea has always been on the top of my travel list since ten years ago, until now; the Korea bucket list is finally emptying out!
Bike riding along the Hangang (Han River) was probably the most eventful part of my trip to Korea. The food, Namsan Tower and wearing a Hanbok were some of my faves, but bike riding near the Hangang takes the cake!
The N Seoul Tower, or Namsan Tower as I keep calling it, is one of the highest points in Seoul, South Korea. My friend and I decided to walk up to the tower, then take the cable car down thereafter. Little did we know, the cable car was not in service, so we walked throughout the journey.
Such an experience to wear a Hanbok (Korean traditional dress), and not just to try it on, but to wear it in the city LOL. My friend and I rented Hanboks to use for our Gyeongbok Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village visit. It was fun, yet a struggle.
So much delicious, hearty, meaty food in Korea! I felt like I had some kind of pork everyday. I think I actually did LOL. From pork belly, to chicken, to a different kind of bulgogi, to kimchi jjigae, and even natto jjigae, you can travel to Korea just for the food.
Happy Valentine's Day! Belated, I should say. It's been a while since my beau and I had an actual Valentine's Day date. We usually don't go crazy over this holiday; we're already lovey-dovey on a regular basis LOL!