On day 5, we initially planned to go to Everland but something came up so we didn't have enough time anymore. The journey to Everland is approximately an hour so even if we did go there, we wouldn't be able to spend a long time there. We ended up going to Lotte World again... it was my third time there.. meh.. and I still have not been to Everland..
The taxi dropped us of at Lotte World Mall (Jamsil Branch), keep in mine that this is the one high-end brands and Lotte World Adventure is right across the road, the opposite. So if you want to go Lotte World, should get off at Lotte Department Store, not the World Mall to safe some walking unless you decide shop!
Anyhow, this is the underground link between Lotte Wolrd Mall and Lotte Department Store/Lotte World.
Since we reached there pretty late, we purchased the after 4pm which are slightly cheaper than the normal one-day pass ticket.
After 4pm Price: Child 23,000won
While we were queuing for an outdoor ride.. and guess what, after 30minutes of queue, Albee is not tall enough for the ride! What happened was Albee didn't want to go for any children rides and she really wants to ride the adults(more fun) ones. BUT she is 5cm away from the minimum height requirement.. *cries* (faster faster grow up baby girl so we can play any rides the next time!)
So after walking around and eating churros/icecream/ice blended grape juice/sausages/etc etc) we just got on a few rides. Even Albee was feeling bored and lazy to queue up for any rides and we left around 7pm (after 3 hours of wandering around the amusement park XD)
After sending Albee back her mom, 3 others and I decided to visit HongDae instead of going home. So there we go! Hongdae, one of the most happening places in Seoul.
Taxi stopped us right next time elCUBE, a newly opened compact department store. Here they have pop-up stores for popular brands like PLAYNOMORE, Pony Effect, Line FRIENDS Store etc..
We were all starving by the time we reached Hongdae, and without any hesitation we just randomly chose a underground cafe that offered variety of Korean food. What attracted us was actually their display of food menu with English! hahaha
Video: One of the many street performances that night.
Following our dinner, we decided to pop into Bauhaus Dog Cafe again!! It was actually the second time Li-Sher(my friend) and my third time to be in Bauhaus, but what to doooo! I love love the place to much... However, since we arrived around 10.15pm that night and their closing hour is at 11pm, we're only allowed to play with the small sized furry kids. I was still very satisfied cause during my two previous visits I only played with the big-sized dogs.
This pomeranian stuck to me the moment I sat down on the sofa!!
...and fell asleep while I kept stroking it
And not long after that, this came to stick beside me *cuteness overload*
No entrance fee is required for bauhaus cafe but everyone must order at least one drink, you are not allowed to share drinks. (4 person = 4 drinks)
Here's a glimpse of the big-sized dogs area. (pop over to my insta for pictures of previous experiences - id: yinjieee)
how can anyone resist all these cuteness T.T.. trust me, 2 hours will feel like 10 minutes in this cafe.
Last day to spend our day here since our flight is early morning on day 7. Spent our day fully in Myeongdong - last minute shopping.
At least we were lucky enough to be able to see some cherry blossom on our last day.
Din din at Jeju House (located in the left alley beside Myeongdong main street)
Day 7: on the way to airport
Trips to Korea forever ends unexpectedly fast to me :( Since I had to be independent this time without a companion most of the time, there are a certain places I didn't make it because I was afraid to be roaming around the streets or enter a cafe alone..
Plans/Places I would visit during my next trip(hopefully):
-N Seoul Tower with Eric!
-Noryangjin Fish Market
-watch Nanta show in Myeongdong
-cafes, cafes & cafes....