Last Saturday, my son and I went out to eat at McDonald’s near the City Hall. There are a number of McD’s branches in the city but that one is virtually empty on weekends. After having a meal of bulgogi burger, that might not really require me to have cholesterol medication later, we walked to the almost empty Seoul Plaza. The Seoul City Hall is still being renovated but there is an ongoing exhibit inside for those who might want to see how the construction is going on.
Inside the City Hall are interactive exhibits for kids and adults alike. My son enjoyed the interactive touchscreen wall-sized map. Then there is a booth where one can have their pictures (with a background of tourist spots in Seoul) and sent to an email address. We didn’t stay long though since my son got bored fast! (And the pictures are in the Samsung camera and I haven’t uploaded them).
Anyway, I took a copy of the brochure “Seoul Best 100: The top must see sights of the city!”. It’s a really helpful guide for those who’d like to make the most of their visit to the city. I’ve been to most places in the guide, except those located in Gangnam – or the south of the river. It gave me an idea to make this a blog project. So hopefully after the lunar new year, I’d be able to find time to post them in my blog.
If you’re ever in Seoul, drop by the City Hall. Just take subway lines 1 and 2.