Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Last days in Seoul

As you can tell by now, I didn't get a whole lot accomplished in Seoul photo wise. Family stuff can do that to you. All the more reason to come back though.

The quintessential Seoul portrait

"Does this make me look fat?"

Angel's share

In the odd chance that I ever get a whiskey bar up and running it helps to see how others are doing it. While I still feel that Japan still does the particular type of bar I enjoy best, Seoul is getting close. The Bing soo is there because I love bing soo. Notable mentions include the following: Vault 82, B28 Seoul, and The Factory


Sunday, January 12, 2014

Day 17: Walk down the river to the market

First some solung tang

The river walk (Cheonggyecheon river) is a fine example of urban planning that by day serves as a popular tourist spot and by night becomes a haven for couples

This one missed the memo

That's more like it

Halfway through the walk one can always grab something to eat at Gwangjang night market. The ajemahs that work and eat here are stone cold killers

"I didn't order that"
"Yeah you did. Eat this kimbap too"

"If you're not too busy Friday..."
"Don't even think about it"

No men allowed

Friday, January 10, 2014

Day 16:

Don't remember anymore what I did this day. But I apparently had delicious fried chicken


The view from my uncle's balcony

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Day 15: Markets

There is an art to sleeping on the train. This one is a grandmaster

Crowded market

Lots of shoes

Shopping works up an appetite. Braised pig's feet

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Day 14: Did family stuff

Here's what came before:

Here's what came after:

Monday, January 6, 2014

Day 13: A hike and more wandering

I did a short hike up over where the president's residence is. Took some pics along the way.

Korean Bansky?

I liked the patterns on this wall

Everything about Seoul is about being a couple

Youngest fan

Them heels

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Day 12: Walking around Seoul



Carry On