Photography in South Korea (May, 2017)

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Photo by Yasuharu Nagura via Flickr

I went to Seoul in Korea on May 4th (th) through May 7th (sun), 2017. Three nights and four days. The purpose is to expand the network of tourism and foreigners. As a matter of fact, I talked in  English and greeting-level Korean with local Korean, traveling American, French, British, Chinese, Hong Kong, Taiwanese, Malaysian, and Middle Eastern people. Personally, I was able to exchange information about local information and the country of origin. There are many foreign tourists in the city.

I went sightseeing mainly in Seoul. I went to the youth town of Myondong, Insadong where I can feel the traditional Korean culture and atmosphere, Itaewon where there are many foreign tourists. If you explore these three cities, you will be able to grasp the traditional Korean culture and the latest Korean trends. Korea is a little cheaper than Japan, and the prices of comodities are almost the same as Japan. Among people with a long stay, there are many who go to Busan and Jeju Island. There is also a casino in Seoul, and foreigners aged 19 and over can have a passport if they have a passport.

Transportation in Seoul was convenient. A’REX (Airport Railroad) runs from the airport to Seoul Station section, and it was cheap and convenient with one way 2000 ~ 3000 won (200 ~ 300 yen). The subway line is less complicated than Tokyo. It was convenient to use T-Money (IC card), and it was safe because the vending machines on the subway also had Japanese explanations.

Personally, I liked Namdaemun Market and Dongdaemun Market because it was full of vigor. There were various kinds of goods and food such as clothes of military goods of my interest and Korean traditional cuisine such as Sorlong Tan (cow bone soup), so I was able to spend extraordinary days just by taking a walk.

 

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