After getting a good night sleep, we headed out to the photo studio to take pictures in hanboks. The studio was a little difficult to find, but a really nice halmoni (grandma type) literally took us under her wings and led us to the studio. She was by far the nicest person we have met in S.Korea. We headed upstairs just in time for our appointment. After a whirlwind 2 hours or so, we left the studio for lunch. At this point, I was borderline starving. We initially wanted to eat the ginseng chicken but had a difficult finding a restaurant so we settled for this random restaurant near the studio.
The lunch was very filling and it was pretty inexperience, I believe the total was between ₩25,000 and ₩30,000. We walked around for a bit and Kathy found a cocktail vendor. There were alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. I didn’t get one since I had just gotten ice cream.
Soon, we headed back to our hostel to pick up our luggage and headed our new home for the next 2 night… Park Hyatt Seoul!
The view from our room on the 21st floor.