My first time to experience fall and my first adventure in South Korea was when I visited Seoul with my friends last year in October. The warm gradient that enveloped the metro is quite contrary to the low temperature of 10 to 20 degrees Celsius. An intertwining heat and cold from the sun and wind, it’s like a concluding/ending relationship that leaves you numb as the warmness succumbs to the bleakness. Somehow, autumn appears to be a season resonating the most number of emotions- like a chapter before a denouement. haha! But before we all get too emotional and surrender to the Autumn spell, let me tell you how truly pleasant and chirpy last year’s trip to Seoul was. And am not kidding you, it surely was. The different colors of orange, purple, pink, brown in a mildly light sepia backdrop is without doubt a beauty. From a fun day at Everland to a morning trek to Ingwansan, from food trips to shopping, Seoul is a lively destination and an endless source of awesomeness.
Packing for autumn might be quite a challenge, and adding a tad of confusion on what to squeeze in my 20kg trolley is the plotted itinerary including a trek to Inwangsan peak and a fancy dinner at the Seoul Tower. So to ease up the trouble of thinking too much, I imposed a personal challenge of only bringing my hiking boots to pair with different get-ups for the whole trip.haha. Tell me what you think? Didn’t come out bad, ayt? 😉
Publishing more about my Seoul trip this second week of October, so be sure to come back for tips and tricks on the SoKor trip. 🙂