Partly to catch the morning flight back home, and partly to meet two of my in-laws living in Seoul, we stayed at Ya-Korea guest house near HongIk university. A big room that accommodates up to six costs about $130 a night.
My name was on board in Korean before I checked in.
We walk through the shop street around HongDae(Hongik univ.) with in-laws on the way to a restaurant.
Choose this cafe if you crave for coffee, rice cake and a book at the same time.
I don’t guess how many university student can afford the price tag of this cloths. Untouchable for us.
A Chinese restaurant chosen by one of my in-laws, a huge banquet table may look good, but the food was just bland and predictable. The Chinese beer Tshingdao(or chingdao) was the only star in the dark.
Jenny in full smile when she got a brand new glasses with a jersey for a present.
On the way to Incheon airport to leave the country.
The sister in-law wearing a blue shirt seeing us off at the airport.
Malaysian air needs to be creative more with the meal.
My young one gives up the meal and dreams about better meals.