My yummylicious adventure continues and this time I was in Seoul. The amazing dining and Korean local food experience in different neighborhoods of Seoul – it’s more than Kimchi, Rice Cakes, and Bibimbap 🙂
The realm of North Korea is mysterious. Technically, the country is still at war. At the end of the Korea War, a 250kms long & 4 km wide strip of desolated land was established, and the strip is called the DMZ.
I enjoyed very much and amazing culinary and shopping experience in the city of Seoul and I was also interested in having a sneak peek of the North Korea…
Every year, Naejangsan celebrates the season change by converting its color palette from green to layers and layers of red, orange and yellow on the natural canvas; it is a traditional for the locals and tourists to join the festivity and together marvel at the wonderfulness of the mother-nature.
The great thing about DDP is because it’s open for public, it’s permenant, it’s located in a prime location, it has shops and it constantly has different theme exhibitions; therefore, people from all walks of life could be inside the building and “enjoy something” with it.
The cherry is about to bloom just in time in the south of Korea. Once a year, the steaming food stalls, blooming flowers and carnival festivities spice up this little town’s quietness and celebrate the coming of spring.