April 24, 2010 – Seoul, South Korea

My favorite, Tteokboki! Rice cake fingers grilled with spices. This never fails to satisfy my hungry stomach. =)

Cold Stone

April 24, 2010 – N Seoul Tower, Seoul, Korea

Do we have Cold Stone in Philippines? My friend, Desiree, told me to check out their ice cream. I got thrilled because I am an ice cream lover. Hail to Diabetes! Tsk! Google even described it as “The Ultimate Ice Cream Experience”. Huwat!? I really need to check it out.

April 22, 2010 – Silla Millenium Park, Gyeongju, Korea

Just wondering, can I have a house like that? The Ancient Korean house.

Can I also have a pond with running water from, this time, bird’s mouth? Yeah, that would be very interesting. I will also put a bridge right across my house. Hehe

Where Are You?

April 22, 2010 – Silla Millenium Park, Gyeongju, Korea

Shoot Shoot Shoot. Then…………

“Where’s my mom?” I realized that I had been walking alone for half an hour.

Black and White: Train

April 2010 – South Korea

What most enticed me about South Korea are their 10 subway lines that operate in all major cities. In order to get around the cities, you should have a map of subway lines stations, the best help you can ever have, forget about talking to locals for direction. All subway stations are jam-packed with incredible touch screen ticket vending and deposit refund machines, interactive digital map of the city, whopping maps of the subway station, customer service personnel and boutiques and stores.

Other than advertisements of 2ne1 and memorization of stations of Line 1, 2 and 4, I was also fascinated about the local people inside the subway trains. Above is a photo of a man sleeping while others were trying hard not to sleep despite a stressful day of work.