Life In Korea: Insa-Dong (Part 2) (인사동)

Continuing our tour of Insadong, the culture district packed chock-full of amazing and curious stores, vendors, and food. Check out Part 1 of our Insadong tour here.

WARNING: Picture heavy.

Continuing our tour of Insadong...
This is another famous Insadong store, the Tongin building.
And inside, we find this...
As well as this...
As well as these.
Needless to say, I was very very careful. These were pretty damn expensive.
Back outside, I ran into a store selling stone seals. You could pick out a design you wanted, and they would engrave your name on the bottom so you could use it as your official seal.
And this is what I chose to spend my hard-earned (read: received as spending money) on. My name is engraved on the bottom of the seal. The red design on the bookmark is what it would look like if I used it.
This is yet another Korean street food that is holy-#$@% delicious but amazingly horrible for your health. This is bbokki (뽑기) And it is basically brown sugar that is spread over a griddle and made into cute shapes.
A huge collection of Korean bells and chimes for your wallet's pleasure.

I think that about wraps it up for this part. There’s still a few more pictures I have yet to post, so stay tuned for Part 3!

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Adeline says:

    I see lovely colorful boxes!!! ❤
    Hey, thank you for the guided tour, that's great! 🙂

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