My last two days in Korea are pretty low-key! I spend Thursday in Hongdae and watch a street performance (with fireballs) and then I’m off to Shanghai with some final thoughts on Seoul to wrap up my trip!
Thursday, January 8th, 8:34pm
Last full day in Seoul! Since I’d already seen pretty much everything I wanted to see, I decided to spend my day in Hongdae just relaxing and taking in the sights. Like Megan had told me earlier, there’s not too much to do in Seoul except eat, shop, and drink coffee. So I did a bit of all three! But first I started off my morning by going to a karaoke place that Megan had recommended.
The KTV (or noraebang in Korean) was actually specially designed for solo singers. Instead of one large room, there were actually small booths set up like mini-recording studios with a microphone, mixing board, and headphone set so that you could actually hear yourself sing properly. Continue reading “Six Days in Seoul: Part 5”