Namsangol Hanok Village [남산골 한옥마을]
Few weeks ago i went to Namsangol hanok village. It's korean traditional village. You can see where and how were living people during Joseon era. It's really beautiful there. I went there once before but it was evening and dark so we couldnt enjoy it well. There is one tea shop and it has nice atmosphere so i hoped to go there but then we coudlnt find it and when i asked one old men where it is he said it's just until 5pm so we couldnt go there. I hope next time:)
You can even try traditional korean games. It's so fun! I think for foreigners its even more interesting because we can experience the culture:)
You can even take a look to the houses. Even tho you cannot enter the houses you can see inside because it's open and it's really small. I was thinking how people could live there. Some rooms were really small. Normally in Korea rooms are really small, but this was extreme.
Even when i was taking picture one lady wearing hanbok came to me and she took picture with me. I didnt even ask her. It was so nice haha
After hanok village we went to coffee shop in HongDae. There is a loooot of really pretty coffee shops. This was the one we never tried. It was nice and coffee was really tasty.
I got ice americano and my friend got hot chocolate. We even got brownie with vanilla icecream. It's really nice. So delicious. I will really miss that. I think in Slovakia we don't even have americano. These days i drink it really often. I fell in love with that these days :D
The coffee shop was right next to my friend's coffee shop and atmosphere was really nice. I love Korea's small cute lovely coffee shops. I always wonder how can they have to inspiration to make this pretty coffee shop. Korean people can make really big thing from such a small place. I really envy them. I wish we had such a coffee shop also in Slovakia. But we have just normal one. I'm not saying they are bad, but people could be more creative:)