Day adventure in MyeongDong

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Breakfast at this place called Hello Morning breakfast place that was recommended on a Japanese travel book so there were quite a few Japanese in the shop that morning too.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Love freshly made kimchi.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Ordered a bowl of pipping hot pork bone stew soup which was very rich. I felt very full just eating 3/4 of the bowl. No wonder the Koreans drink beef bone/pork bone soup to replenish their energy.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
This eatery is famous for their tofu noodle soup which you can add chili and kimchi inside.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Soondae (steamed stuffed intestine with glutinous rice) or blood sausage.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
This eatery is easy to find as it is just in the small lane opposite the hotel, Skypark Central. Right opposite this hotel would be the new Innisfree Central store. They currently have a 10% off total products for their new store opening.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Welcome to the queue at Lotte Tax free floor of the Lotte Department Store in Myeongdong. Be prepared to wait in line as the Chinese tourists were all buying in bulk.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Since in Korea, of course we have to go for some fried chicken isn’t it? We decided to head to Noo Na Hol Dak Fried Chicken.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Popcorns are usually served as appetizers.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Sesame sauce salad.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
Garlic flavored fried chicken. Crispy on the outside but juicy on the inside.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
If you watch You who come from the stars, you would understand why the Asian tourists were all going ga-ga over any pictures of him.

MyeongDong Day Adventure
I think some Korean stars were there for a visit but I don’t know who.

MyeongDong
Myeongdong is definitely a easy place to do all your shopping if you have limited time since they are many shops with assistants that speak Japanese and Mandarin.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Hwee lay
    May 28, 2014 @ 17:14:26

    This post makes me miss Korea again!! 🙂

  2. Xuan-er
    May 28, 2014 @ 19:56:55

    @HL: you can go again when the kids are older 😉

  3. Trackback: Korea day 1 | Xuan's Howdy Days

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