Seoul Day 4: Insadong and Paris Baguette


After visiting Namsan, we went to check out Insadong.

Insadong is famous with its traditional stationery shops, calligraphy demonstrations and handicrafts shops.

The sculpture Draw a Stroke by Yoon Young-seok symbolizing Insadong.

Another street view of Insadong.

Ice-cream sticks

Ice-cream sticks

A traditional Korean street snack, Jipangyi Gwaja. It is puffed rice, corn or bean snacks filled with ice-cream.

We stopped by Paris Baguette to have a afternoon snack. We shared a sweet garlicky baguette.

A fruity shaved ice dessert was perfect for a hot summer day. Total cost KRW9200 (CAD9.20).

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