A day in Seoul

When people ask me “what do you like the most about living in Hong Kong?” I always reply the same: the geographical location. Every destination in Asia is within reach of a 5 hours long flight.

So, this weekend, after 11 years of living in Hong Kong, this weekend we finally crossed Seoul off the Travel List.

We spent only one full day in the city, and we only visited Gyeongbokgung, the Royal Palace, and the Bukchon Hanok Village 

Being the mid-autumn festival, there was plenty of people dressing traditional, which made for some good photos.

Selfie time!
The Royal Palace. Every  country has its own Versaille.
Royal Palace Gardens

There were a couple of things that caught our attention. First, the gas masks in the metro stations:

And, as expected, the ubiquitous wi-fi. Like in this metro car:

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