These are the long-awaited Korea photos!
I insisted to post all my favourite photos up despite of my heavy workload. I know you guys are going to love me more right?
A day began with sunshine!
Even the tour guide warned us for many many times to follow him closely, but we ended up taking photos whenever we saw something that we must bring back to Malaysia and share with you all
Blue sky and white snow. What a perfect combination!
Because outdoor was too cold (the sunshine didn't help all), all of us went into the museum and started our journey to understand more about the Korean traditions.
Entrance of National Folk Museum of Korea
Koreans are also using the "囍" word for their wedding ceremony. Unbelievable!
Wedding ceremony, which i think quite similar to Chinese wedding
Elementary school in old days
I dunno what was this but it looked cute!
2011 is also the year of rabbit for Korean.
Something that looked familiar but also quite strange for me
Korean words in colorful lighting
After visiting the museum, I can conclude that many of the Korean tradition is identical to the Chinese one!
The museum is very big and according to our tour guide, we need to spend 8 days here in order to visit the every single hall and exhibit. But I don't really trust him :p
On our way to Kyongbok Palace. Just within walking distance with the National Folk Museum.
Can you feel the coldness?
Following our tour guide after many many complaint from him saying we were delaying the itinerary
This is Erynne from KL. Really glad to know her :)
Can you see the red blotches around my nose and cheek after exposing to the cold weather for more than 30 minutes?
Last shot taken at Kyongbok Palace
We were then transferred to a local small restaurant for lunch.
We had buffet style mixed rice as our lunch and I super love the seaweed here! Everything was so healthy :)
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