Seoul Day 2: Lunch

Here is the glimpse of Gyeongbokgung Palace before we decided to return to the hotel due to the heavy downpour.


Bugaksan Mountain is the highest of the four mountains which surround Gyeogbokgung Place.


An interesting sculpture in the city.


A pavilion not far from the Gyeongbokgung Palace.


When we got back to the neighbourhood of Hotel Hill House, we decided to just grab a simple lunch at one of the neighbourhood restaurant called Pomato.


We shared a cold noodle. It looks healthy with lots of vegetables.


We also shared a Bibimbap. The meal came to KRW8500 (about CAD8.50), very cheap.

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