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After heavy birthday celebrations with the most fun friends anyone could ever ask for, my friend Saem and I headed to Seoul for a few hours the next day. I took her to Bukchon Hanok Village (one of my favorite places in Seoul) and it was her first time visiting the area. We ate at a pasta restaurant with her brother and ordered the most appetizing salad with mushrooms and a huge plate of carbonara. Afterwards we took a taxi to Bukchon Hanok Village and walked around enjoying the beautiful homes, architecture and cafes. We saw O'sulloc Tea House and decided to go there to enjoy a refreshing drink and take a relaxing break from our sightseeing.  

I've lived in my home country most of my life and there's always something new to see. Do you feel the same way, too? I've visited Bukchon Hanok Village many times but somehow we ended up walking in the area that I've never been to. It's incredible, the things you end up seeing without thinking about a plan and it just opens your eyes up to the wonders of your city. Seoul is such a big city with so many neighborhoods and districts and just think about all the restaurants, cafes, boutiques and vintage stores just waiting to be discovered! I'm patiently waiting for the summer season to end so traveling is more comfortable when it's cooler in the fall.
Let the adventures in Seoul begin!

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