tangandbolster We also took multiple ice coffee and ice cream breaks to beat the heat. We could get enough of that Softree soft serve goodness. 5h

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tangandbolster They also have some of the best stores Seoul has to offer, like this store called Puppies in Full Bloom that only sells a variety of items with cats and dogs on them. 5h

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tangandbolster Spent the rest of the afternoon in Bukchon and Samcheongdong, two areas that showcase the perfect blend of old and new. 5h

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tangandbolster I love this video of my grandma. Her smack downs still have the strength of a raging fire. 5h

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tangandbolster Yongsusan is usually at its best when it comes to the veggies. These were no exception. 5h

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tangandbolster Had lunch at Yongsusan with my grandma, who has taken the time to master her smart phone and Kakao Talk. 96 years old and still sharp as ever. 5h

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tangandbolster Changdeokgung, along with its neighboring Secret Garden and Jongmyo Shrine, is probably one of my favorite historical sites in Seoul. 5h

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tangandbolster On full stomachs and caffeinated bodies, we braved the sun at Changdeokgung Palace. 5h

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tangandbolster 12 gigantic dumplings for less than $10? Yes, please. 5h

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tangandbolster After starting our third to last day in Korea with some coffee, we stopped by a small dumpling shop for some breakfast. 5h

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tangandbolster Coffee in Seoul has really improved in the last 8 years. You can't go a couple blocks in certain areas without seeing a local roaster or cafe staffed by a single barista. 5h
  •   janicehkim I know, right? No more Cafe Pascucci mochas. Hello beautifully crafted lattes 4h

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tangandbolster Remy wanted to interrupt your normal programming of Korea trip pictures to dress up in a mildly rainbowesque outfit and say: Happy Pride! 1d

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tangandbolster Stopped by my grandfather's grave and made it back to Seoul with enough energy to order some deliver Korean-Chinese food. 2d

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tangandbolster Stopped by the first Korean rest stop ever for some sujebi. #수제비 2d

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tangandbolster And threw some coins for good luck. 2d

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tangandbolster Made a quick stop at Yonggungsa Temple and high-fives our spirit animals. 2d

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tangandbolster Got a bibim-milmyun as well, for good measure. These noodles were so freaking good. #밀면 2d

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tangandbolster Our last meal in Busan was some milmyun, a Busan specialty, and some big ole dumplings. #밀면 2d

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tangandbolster Started our last day in Busan with a morning walk on the beach. 2d

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tangandbolster We spent the rest of the night on the beach eating honey butter chips, drinking white wine, and playing with fireworks. @thesluttyvegetarian got to high-five the ahjuhsshi who was selling fireworks and everyone was jealous. 2d

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