So, it was raining non-stop yesterday. But that did not stop us from walking around in Seoul. Furthermore, we had to find Muslim food. As we are not familiar ourselves with the train system just yet, we decided to walk from Seocho-Dong to Itaewon.
So let’s take a walk with me along the way.
Posing in front of a Korean restaurant on a junction leading to Banporo Road that leads to Itaewon.
In front of Catholic University situated on Banporo Road.
One of the small roads in-between the walk.
Me walking down Banporo Road, somewhere after Seoul District Public Prosecutors Office.
At a traffic light near JW Marriot.
Taking a pedestrian subway that leads to Hangang Park.
Hangang Park. The wind was so strong that it turned the umbrella inside out! I like how the mechanism of the umbrella works.
Right at the Hangang Park, there’s a pedestrian bridge to the other side. So we were walking right below a road bridge called Banpogyo Bridge.
We walked about 1.5km more before we finally found a restaurant.
Al-Saba, a Halal Persian Restaurant situated at Itaewon-Dong, Yongsan-Ku, Seoul.
I had a green tea with Garlic Rice, while my husband, Chickpea Soup, Mutton Briyani and a special Persian tea.
After the dinner, the rain wasn’t getting any better so we decided to just go back to the hotel and visit the market the next day. We took a cab and the fare was KRW6000 (about RM16).
Total walk was 6.8km.
Next, my visit to the Itaewon Market.