Scene in Seoul: Rainy weekend

It was just about a week or two that I was “complaining” to my husband that we didn’t have a lot of rain this year during especially during the monsoon season. Well, it rained cats and dogs this weekend and we spent our family weekend at our favorite place: E-mart, Korea’s version of Wal-mart. We went there on Saturday, after treating my sister-in-law and her family to “naeng myeon”, a Korean cold noodle dish.
On Sunday morning, I went out for a walk (despite the rain) to meet two Pinoys in Dongmyo station. On the way back I took a picture of the almost deserted street, which seems to be ready for an atv racing. It was quite dark at ten o’clock in the morning.
And here’s the forest-like entrance to our apartment building.


  1. hi,
    I’ll be in korea by the second week of september. Can you give me an advise what type of clothes I should bring.

    1. You can still wear short sleeved shirts next week. By the third week of September, it’s safer to bring a light cardigan if you’re planning to go out at night.

    1. madaming puno sa apartment namin kaya nanghihinayang kaming lumipat sa iba (at sobrang lapit namin sa subway)

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