When night falls in Seoul

If I could use one animal to describe myself, it would be an Owl. I’m one person who wishes that I don’t have to sleep.

Seriously. In fact, that’s what I wish for every night- the ability to stay up and not have to sleep.  That is, until morning comes and I wonder what the hell was I thinking.

So when it comes to holidays, I love countries where the cities never sleep, like Hong Kong, Taiwan and Bangkok. And to add to the list, Seoul!

There is so much you can do when night falls.


Streets of Myeong-dong

Inside Migliore Shopping Mall. A shopper’s paradise

Visiting the N Seoul Tower

A favorite place for dating couples


Wall filled with lockets where couple have their “hearts” chained together

Going to a Jimjibang


BBQ Pork belly with Soju

Street snacks

Watching a performance

More shopping

Late night shopping in Lotte Mart

Outside Doota Mall

What about you? Do you like to stay out late when you’re away on a holiday too?

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  1. Joce December 20, 2011 at 11:35 pm Reply

    When I get to travel without the kids, I’ll stay out all night long 🙂

    • Susan December 21, 2011 at 9:04 pm Reply

      Oooo sounds like the holiday that I like!

  2. Ming December 21, 2011 at 12:35 am Reply

    i actually see holidays as a mean to recharge and relax. so while i try to see and do as much as possible, i always make sure there’s time to unwind. 🙂

    especially since we always travel with the kid, we’re moving around at a slower pace… but because of that too, experiencing and seeing more along the way!

    good to see you enjoyed seoul so much!

    • Susan December 21, 2011 at 9:06 pm Reply

      I’m a travel nazi like that 😛

      But I do agree that when we bring Sophie along on our holidays, it’s slower and more relaxed 🙂 That’s why they say kids change your life.

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