Here’s another entry for my South Korea tips for the beginner mid-budget traveler! Hopefully, this can help you in that first ever adventure to Seoul!
This will be a rather short post compared to the others.
Comparing the shopping experience in HongDae, MyeongDong, and Ehwa is hard, if not impossible. The three places cater to different markets, but are all popular shopping destinations. That said, this will be just a general overview of what to expect from the three – in case you’re pressed for time and just have one place to visit.
This is the last day we’ll be spending in Korea, and we made sure we covered a lot of places.
The last time I went to Korea, my sister teased me that I did not even try wearing a hanbok – Korea’s traditional clothing. I actually forgot about it, to be honest.
My sister is a huge fan of BAP, and I followed her fandom just late or middle of 2014 before the group went into hiatus with their agency. But that didn’t deter our love for the group. The news of comeback recently only made our eagerness to meet them. But since we were in Seoul early (the comeback is half a month later in mid-November) we decided to jump on the bandwagon and go to TS. It’s relatively near MyeongDong anyway.
Aiin’s World is located at 1, Gilju-ro, Wonmi-gu, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do. You can get more details of the amusement park at Visit Korea’s official site.
Now, we got the original instructions to go to the place from this site, and various other sites. However, there’s not much detail on how to go there on foot from the Samsan Stadium Station.