Here are some pictures from our next two days in Seoul South Korea. We checked out of Conrad Seoul after an early lunch at a Korean restaurant at IFC Mall just below our hotel. We couldn’t decide where to stay that’s why we had booked two hotels..so this time we checked into Park Hyatt in Gangnam which is a central area in Seoul. I loved the hotel specially the large windows overlooking the busy city and the open bathroom. We visited Myeong Dong Market which is a very busy market with international brands and a lot of Korean cosmetic brands. We also went to Garosugil known for it’s galleries, restaurants, bars, cafes, as well as clothing boutiques and art design bookshops. Had some caramel eclairs and coffee there and visited some department stores in Apgujeong Rodeo Street. Apgujeong is an upmarket residential, fashion, shopping, and educational area. We also visited 7 Luck Casino in Intercontinental Hotel but sadly I didn’t win anything. The last day we visited Dongdaemun, a large commercial district comprising traditional markets and shopping centres. I bought some stuff from Doota mall there which you can see here. So this was everything we could squeeze in our short trip to Seoul South Korea.

Our room at Park Hyatt Seoul..

Park Hyatt Seoul

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Park Hyatt Seoul

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I am wearing Zara top , Lokhandwala Complex Skirt , H&M Blazer , GU bag , Marc Jacobs sunglasses , Last Chance Osaka belt and boots from Namba City…

I am wearing Zara top and Forever 21 skirt..

Seoul

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TGIF Seoul

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TGIF Seoul

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Mexican food, Seoul

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Seoul

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Omiyage from Seoul..

Korean Kimchi

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IGC Mall, Seoul

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Korean food in IFC Mall below Conrad Seoul..

Garosugil, Seoul

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Caramel eclairs in Garosugil..

Garosugil, Seoul

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Garosugil, Seoul

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