Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Not So Wordless Wednesday

Give us time and prayers for us to have one. Amin. :)


Monday, October 28, 2013

Busan Trip Day 6 Part 1

While scrolling through my photos, apparently Day 6 just HAVE to be divided into two posts! :p

So Day 6 was really special because my BFF Lynn can FINALLY come and join us and bring us around. She has a pretty strict schedule at her university (think of it as Maktab Perguruan style) and cannot afford to miss any classes since the summer break was coming up.

The funny thing was that we were supposed to meet at my room in the morning. So after breakfast, I was waiting for the elevator to go up. And when an elevator arrived, it was jam-packed that I decided to wait for the next one, but guess who was standing in the back of the elevator crowd? LOLOLOL. She basically squished her way through to get out of the elevator and we jumped into each others' arms!!! XD

See how excited we are??? She was originally my Maid of Honor by the way, for my wedding, So it was a big deal for me to see her after SO LONG! :D

Japanese and Korean XD

By the way, she specifically told me to NOT go to Gamcheon village because she wanted to be the one bringing us there! Haha! So off to Gamcheon Village! Think of it like Sarawak Cultural Village but bigger, actual people living there and well, Korean. Haha.

Weird trouser flower pots.XD

See how big this place is??? 8D Leave your heels behind ladies, this place goes uphill and downhill!

Creepy birds with heads of people. 

The trick to getting around Gamcheon village is to follow the colourful fishes! They sort of pave out the way for you. :D

Hoddeok again of course. XD

Heoddeok Selfieeeee :p

Gamcheon reminds me of a colourful hillview of Greece. Of course it won't beat the real thing. But I dunno when I will be able to end up in Greece anytime soon. :p

Hubster :D

Nice weather for the walk by the way. Cloudy and windy! :)

Optical Illusion room. My legs were killing me for this pose! XD

Cover Album baru kami. :p

Hanggeul Fishies! Cute!

Defacing one of the village rooms that actually allows you to draw on the walls!

Our names in Hangeul! Yes, we were there on National Day! :')

Apparently was one of the sites for Running Man




Friday, October 25, 2013

Busan Trip Day 5 Part 2

Guess we started warming up to Busan on Day 5 because we figured out our itinerary pretty well, haha! :p

After visiting the Mosque and binging on Halal meat at Cappodacia (refer to previous post) we decided to check out one of the fortress which was about 3 train stops away! :D

I had a hard time pronouncing the name of the fortress, and have trouble remembering it now. Wait. *GOOGLES*

I present to you the tongue twister of the day; GEUMJEONGSANSEONG fortress.

Now that the name is out of the way... Upon exiting the station, you have to cross the bridge to get to the other side and wait at the bus station for a bus that goes directly to the fortress uphill. Apparently there are actually many stops since it is quite a long fortress. But we decided to go to the main fortress entrance.

It is a great place for hikers really. Busan has plenty of places for people to hike. I noticed all the oldies will be in track pants and sports shoes as if they will be hiking any minute. haha! :p


Honestly, I was intimidated by the map because it looked like it was going to be a mega hiking trip and I was in my sandals and slacks. AND it was Summer!!! D8 But nope, just a few steps away really! XD

Busan has a lot of these pretty manholes. HAHA MANHOLE. (inner child moment)



I am kind of in love with the entrance because it reminded me so much of the entrance in my favourite Hayao Miyazaki masterpiece Spirited Away! Check out the similarities!

GOSH. FAVOURITE EVER! Next to My Neighbour Totoro, Laputa and The Cat Returns of course. :D

This was outside the entrance. Love the trail path!

Inner Kung Fu moment. 

Photo Zone duh. 

Inner Kung Fu panda moment with my brother.

With hubster. :D

Hiking trails.

Fortress walls = Photo Please.

It was still quite early, so after that, we board the train to Jagalchi Station to check out Gukje Market! Also known as International Market! OOH. SHOPPING DISTRICT.

Finally! Found someone wearing a hanbok! 8Db

THIS YOGURT ICE CREAM WAS CHEAP AND SUPER YUMMEH. Tutti Frutti who? 1500won, about RM5! Took me half an hour to finish. Okay I lied. 10 minutes.

HODDEOKKKKKK!!! LOVEEEEE!! Think Apam Balik but deep fried with multiple types of nuts! OMG YUM! Ate this every day for the last 3 days! I think I had about 6 or 8 of this. (O_o)

Cinnamon Churros!!! 1000 won! RM3! YUMMYYYYYY!!!!

Busan is known for being the organizer of the Busan International Film Festival, so they had all these plaques with handprints and signatures. Mum loves Jeremy Irons apparently. I only know him from the Man in the Iron Mask. Must watch! 

Garfield with a human body. Was apparently promoting the new Cat Cafe! More on that in the next post! :D

Found this by the street. OMG SO ADORABLEEEEE!!!! GAH. *steals 5*


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Not So Wordless Wednesday

First World Problems. Definitely. (=_=)


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