Seoul Day 2: Dunkin Donut

After the church service at Yoido Full Gospel Church, we went for coffee at Dunkin Donut.


Apparently, Dunkin Donut is very popular in Seoul. They are everywhere.


We shared a Dunkincino.


We also had a Peach Square and an Almond Chocolate Donut. The bill came to KRW7600 (about CAD7.60).


After the snack, we took the subway to Gyeongbokgung Palace. The subway was not busy on a Sunday. The general fare is KRW2300 (about CAD2.30) per trip within the city.

Seoul subway is the world’s first metro system to use transparent displays for ads.


We noticed that the subway is equipped with war defense supplies.


This is the only city subway that I had been too with such preparedness.

When we reached the Gyeongbokgung Palace, it was pouring again. We had to change our plan due to the heavy downpour even though we had our umbrellas with us. It was way too wet.

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  1. Chick Stebbins

    With such wonderful indigenous food available why did you go to a crap hole like Dunkin’ Donuts??

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