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Thursday, 28 March 2013

Korea Trip 2012 - Part 7 (KimChi School, Incheon Airport)

The last leg of our Korea Trip.

I'm depressed just thinking about it. 

Nuff said.

Our last stop was at Seoul's KimChi School:

I don't know why I had that expression on my face. O_O

Most of us couldn't keep our eyes open:

Making our own batch of KimChi:

My "masterpiece":

Up close:

We then proceeded downstairs to...

Take pictures in traditional costumes:

Lou, mom and I:

Ivan and Dad:

Sis and I with a life size poster of Rain:


Uncle Chiam:

Bro acting all suave:


Dad in his Emporer costume:

Lou, Zi Yen and I:

From left: Lou, Shien Yin, Zi Yen, Sue Yin and I:

Ivan and Dad trying to look serious:

Lou and Aunt:

Lou, Mom and I posing:

The Ng-Clan:

The 3 Kings:

The Kings and their wives:

The Royal Ng Family:

3 Royal Families. Lol.

All too soon, we had to head to the airport.

The Ng clan with our trusty tour guide:

This is, hands down, in my top 5 for best holidays with the family. Will definitely head back there when I get the chance!

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Korea Trip 2012 - Part 6 (Nami Island, GyeongBokGong, DongDaeMun)

Sorry for the lack of updates. I have bucket loads of blog posts to clear because the Korea ones are so long so bear with me. ;)

At this point of the trip, we were so thoroughly used to the cold that -5 degrees Celsius was WARM to us. O_O!! 

This was at Nami Island:

Getting Coffee:

Uncle Ho and Dad:

Let me tell you, having a cuppa hot coffee in subzero temperatures is AWESOME!

I don't know whether they're ducks or geese lol:

We then proceeded to a museum-sort building, and dad couldn't resist doing this:

Dad and Ivan posing:

Fried rice with DeokBokki!

Mom and dad:

Getting ready to walk to GyeongBokGung:

Outside GyeongBokGung:

Mom and Dad:

The Ng(s), Ho(s) and Chiam(s):

Mom and bro:

The Ng(s):

Beautiful, no?


After shopping for 2 hours, we were hunting for dinner:

And found a nice place hidden in a corner of the street:

Street snack:

We went to catch a show called FantaStick! Which is easily the best comic musical I've ever watched. It's gut wrenchingly funny and man... you CANNOT miss this if you're ever in Korea.

That's Ni Hen (second from the right) who got yanked up onstage:

After laughing our behinds off (quite literally) we put up here:


This was at a Ginseng shop the next day:

Lou, Mom and Ivan:

About to board the bus:

This was near the Women's University in Seoul:

Mom with her coffee:

Last part will be up soon!