Hope you all had a great Christmas full of festive cheer with good food and company! If you’re from Sydney I hope the weather didn’t spoil your fun! (It was raining non-stop in some areas. Woohoo…)
For those who didn’t know, back in late October I went to Seoul and Tokyo for a bit of a holiday. It was a busy three week long vacation which had some serious fun times! Ones that can not be told through pictures (though, to be honest, I rarely whipped out the camera this time around) but nevertheless memorable so I hope I can share some here on this blog with you (and also try to remember them!).
I have a feeling this is probably gonna be a travel blog entry all about food because that was pretty much all the photos I took on my trip to Seoul! Seriously, food in Seoul is just on another level of deliciousness and looks stunning through the lens even if you just have a phone on hand.
Food obsession? Seoul can do that.
*FYI If you haven’t eaten anything yet grab a snack because this post is gonna make you feel hunger pains.*
Every day’s dilemma and delight lol
Going to any foreign country, something simple like finding a good place to eat can be just another struggle in the day’s events so hopefully this post will give you some more suggestions about where and what you can eat in South Korea.
How can you get to Gwangjang Market?
Go to Jongno 5-ga Station on Subway Line 1, Exit 8 or Euljiro 4-ga Station Subway line 2 or 5, Exit 4.
- This place opens until 10pm at night so if you want to visit Dongdaemun at night for the crazy bargain shopping you can eat here first and walk down to Dongdaemun or taking the subway is four stops away.
- Gwangjang Market is a good place for vegetarians because they have many stalls that have ingredients that are vegetable based like the mung bean pancake (bindaetteok) and bibimbap banchan.
- As long as you order something from the stall you can sit and eat with outside food.
- You can also order soju at most food stalls.
Until next time!