We walked to Insadong from our hotel on Sunday morning, March 25th. It was maybe about a 30 minute walk? Here are some pre-Insadong pictures with very little words.
The first picture up there is near our hotel. I always knew we were close to being to able to soak our feet for the night when I’d see the Pope!
(Honestly, I only had one day in Korea where I got less than 30,000 steps. We have a walking challenge starting next week at work so I think I should probably go back to Korea for that.)
Our hotel was centrally located near so many palaces and shrines, Jongmyo Shrine being the closest.
Streets in Seoul aren’t quiet for very long, so this was a rare sight.
Henry took us the long way (and not on purpose, my friends) but it was good because we got to see Jongyesa Temple, where you can do a temple stay if that’s something that piques your interest.
It was serene and quiet on that early Sunday morning and I honestly felt like I was sullying the joint with my dirty American Catholic juju.
Those colors though!
Henry could suddenly read Korean and told me to stop taking pictures before Buddha steals my soul. So we continued on to the main, popular drag of Insadong right after this so that will be my next post. I am such a great travel writer!
Being all chronological! (For now, anyway. I’m dying to skip ahead and write about Gentle Monster.