First day at Seoul.
After a light meal in flight from Fukuoka to Inchon, the two of us were so hungry that my wife had one big bowl of bibimbap and I had a korean hot stew with rice.
After the meal, the owner of the restaurant served my wife a cup of coffee for free, not for me!!
In Bukchon, we entered one of traditional Korean houses in which my wife wore a korean woman's outfit, Chima jeogori.
She looks so cute, doesn't she?
At last of a long whole sightseeing, we had a nice dinner at a new opening restaurant which offered good discount meals.
We were very hungry and tired after walking more than 20,000 steps!
Besides us, a couple of young girls were drinking several glasses of beer mixed with distilled spirits, jinro and drunk.
I felt happy having a wife who do not drink alcohol.
Early in the morning, we went shopping to buy Korean traditional foods at a local whole sale market.
At a low price, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast, Samgyetang soup in which a hole of chicken was dipping.
We bought a lot of black sheets of seaweed, nori in Japanese.
My wife was very happy for having a good discount shopping.
The price of Nori at the market was one third of ones at the airport!
We had a very gratitude volunteer guide who explained one of Korean unhappy histories during Japanese occupation at Tapgol Park where Korean independent movement had started. This experience was very impressive to us.
We felt Japanese should learn about what we had done in Korea during Japanese Imperial army's governance.
For making real friends, leaning history of each other's country is the first thing to do.
We recommend you to take this walking trip for free.
At the last of this two-hours' trip, we had a wonderful experience to poke a big bell in this building.
At Inchon international airport, we had good Korean traditional meals at a reasonable price.
For three days, we walked a lot and ate too much.
I found my weight 2 kgs plus just after this journey.
Be sure to buy T-money card like suica in Japan at the beginning of your trip.
Have a nice trip!