Friday, September 24, 2010
the glaring roof when the sun pour its rays over the temple...
a Korean woman who offer me some korean traditional snacks when we were soaking our legs in the chilling river.. many people love to chill their feet inside the water... it cools your body down during a hot day...
dedications or wishes or blessings from visitors written on tiles...
Temple - a temple located north of busan where you can reach by taking the subway, this temple can be reached by taking bus 90 (W1000) near the exit of the station... or you can take a cab around W3000 into the temple... I took the bus though...hahhhhaha...
the size of the prawn which is longer than your head..
my meal there... giant prawn, natural abalone which is kinda hard, and flonder sashimi
the inside of the building where you can see rows of sea food
Jagalchi Fish Market, around south of busan where you can find the city's wholesale centre for the fishy things around. Pick your favourite seafood from the first level of the newly constructed building there and they will bring u to the second level. I spent around 50 000 won ... the food cost around 30 000 won and cooking the creatures goes by per person...a nice place to hang around if u dun mind the fishy smell of the harbour.
Monday, September 13, 2010
Eunagi.. did i spell it correctly?
Stew we had for Dinner at some random restaurant we found at Seomyeon.
The Heavy 35- luggage we had to carry to our Hotel. There is no escalators or lift.
We arrive after 3 hours of KTX train ride from Seoul. It is not bad taking train from city to city. I guess its the fast and cheap way to get around in Korea. They even have wireless on the train!We headed straight to Central Hotel where we spent our next 4 nights in Busan.
Monday, August 30, 2010
night life in Seoul
At Inside BACKPACKERS hostel..
A Street in Seoul
Green Tea IceCream... looks interesting thats why I bought it but it still taste like normal icecream...