Seoul is amazing. Actually incredible. Six days wasn’t enough but perhaps it gives me a good excuse to go back, not that I need it. It is almost the opposite of China. And although I do love this place, I have to say, it does leave a lot to be desired sometimes.
I can’t even begin to explain what is so great about the city, I feel that there are too many things. Shopping, supercool Koreans, coffee, tasty food, sunsunsun, clean air, clean streets, clean metro, polite people, the language and things are in English. Which means I can buy a can of nuts at the convenience store and not be scared to death that they are laced with MSG. Plus, they have all these other crazy snacks and so many different types of yoghurt. I want yoghurt!
And to top it all off, they actually have bars, or at least was it close enough to what one could describe as a bar. Shanghai’s night club scene is most definitely not for me as I would much rather kick back with a beer or a cheeky cocktail. Drinking in Shanghai tends to mean standing in a busy, loud and blue lit dance floor with a drink that could possibly be made with god knows what.
Seoul was just rad. Too much rad. Too many rad.