The scorching summer in Korea didn’t stop me from visiting the widely open historical place in Seoul. This was our last destination because “save the best for last”. 😀 Despite the warm blow of the wind that slowly wasted away my makeup, I still managed to adore the site where a lot of things took place back in time. Kudos to the folks who have been industriously preserving the palace.
It was a delight to see a lot of people from different parts of the world coming to one particular place with a common goal. The keepers (if I may call them) of the palace were commendable due to their rules and so everybody enjoyed their visit without any trouble. I must say that the tourist spot appeared to be well-managed.
I felt so overwhelmed to be in a place where something relevant began and it was really a dream come true. ^_^
Perhaps I’ll be back with Hanbok on next time so to somehow immerse myself with the moment. That time of our visit was just too hot, wearing it could be a hassle. I salute those who came with it on despite of it all.
Getting inside the palace is strictly prohibited. Glad I was able to take a photo from this spot.
If you’re interested in knowing about the palace, visit their site here.
My short visit to my dream-place-no-more was noteworthy and I’d loooove to go back and see the other beautiful places.
As promised, here’s my South Korea album. ^^v
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