Changgyeonggung Palace

By the time I finished my tour at the Secret Garden, there’s only a little juice left on my phone. With the remaining power, I couldn’t take plenty of photos here. I chose to visit this place on the same day because the location which is just next to the Garden’s entrance. But I’ll have to go to the other palaces another day because without my camera phone to take a picture; it’s like a day without sunshine. Continue reading “Changgyeonggung Palace”

Jogyesa Temple

It’s autumn in Seoul, and I haven’t got a chance to get a picture of the fall foliage yet. So, on Wednesday at 1:30 pm after my Korean lesson finished, I started my journey to discover the beauty of Autumn in Seoul. My plan was to visit Changdeokgung Palace. My Seonsaengnim was kind enough to accompany me on my trip. When we came across the Cheonggyecheon stream, she told me that there would be a lanterns festival along the river starting from 4th to 20th November and it’s 1.2km long. Continue reading “Jogyesa Temple”