|The entrance to Geongbokgung Palace.|
The next day was a bit colder than all the other days. It was cloudy and sometimes it drizzled. Today, we planned to go to Gyeongbokgung Palace. There are a few palaces in Seoul which u can visit them all of u have ample time. Unlike us who had very limited time in Seoul, we head to choose only one palace that fit us all. From Hongik, we took the subway line 2 to Gyeongbokgung Station. Transit at Euljiro 3. Once u are at Gyeongbokgung station, exit at exit 5. U won't miss the palace as there many signs directing u to the palace. The fare is 1050 won from Hongik to Gyeongbokgung (about 27 minutes).
|At the ticket counter juga ada disediakan money changer dan juga|
tourist info centre. I rented the audio guide player. Since it was drizzling at
that time, i forgot to snap any photos of the player. Harga dah x ingat la...
|King's Quarters (if i'm not mistaken)|
Inilah yang dinanti2kan...
|Bergambar dengan Pak Guard. Tinggi2 betol mereka nih...|
|Change of the Guard|
|Look at the crowd. We didn't Q for this session. We queued for the|
next one where Farah was the 1st 'customer'..he..he..
|Everyone is given 10 minutes to model, snap photos,|
berangan sambil memakai hanbok tu...
To be cont...
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