Seoul Day 2: Lunch


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

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

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An interesting sculpture in the city.

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A pavilion not far from the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

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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.

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

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

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