Visiting The Beautiful GyeongBok Gung in Seoul

Korea photos are back after 2 days of break. lol

Here’s a recap abt this trip. Air Asia X launched their direct flight to Incheon Korea few months ago and they brought a few media there for a familiarisation trip. Newspaper journalists, TV producers and a blogger were invited.
Unfortunately… I forgot to bring my dSLR battery so I had to use my iPhone 4 to take photos most of the time. Sad.

So here are photos from the 4th day in Korea.. shots below were all taken using the iPhone.

After having breakfast at the hotel coffee house, we heard some of the say that it snowed in the morning.. I was excited but dissapointed as well since I didnt get to see it… All I saw was these ice pieces on the ground LOL

The bus too us to our first destination of the day, Gyeong Bok Gung. It’s a royal palace located in northern Seoul, South Korea. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty. The name of the palace, Gyeongbokgung, translates in English as “Palace of Shining Happiness.”

We all gathered at a tourism center nearby Gyeongbuk Gong and were greeted by this cute robot. haha

We then walked along this path for about 5 minutes to reach the Palace.

Walk walk walk see see see excited.. jakun jakun jakun..

We finally arrived! Woohoo! Camho mode ON!

First area we enter was here… looked a lot like those you see form the Korean Drama Dae Juang Geum!

Here’s a video!



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