[Korea Travel] Hanbok trip at Gyeongbok Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village


Back to my Day 3 travel at Korea, not much to actually blog about it but really I just like to document down the photos here for myself. Might as well you can enjoy some nice photos or get inspired to come here to take more chio photos like too! I'm planning for a lookbook post where I put all my outfit details in the post.


Before we head to Gyeongbok, we pass through here and took some shot around the area. 





Love the roadside where we can easily take some nice and chio photos.


When you are traveling, is a good time to stop and take photos whenever you want. Everywhere is so pretty to take photos when you're traveling.


📍Gyeongbok Palace

About - Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Built in 1395, it is located in northern Seoul, South Korea.

Gyeongbokgung Palace
161 Sajik-ro, Sejongno, 
Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea






One of the closure place where we can't go near nor take a photo. Surprisingly my hubby managed to take this shot from outside over the fence.





While we are here, there are so many people wearing hanbok and take photos too. Most of the old castle building is still remain and in good shape. This was a perfect place to shot with hanbok outfit.






I really love this place, where I can be so close with all these traditional old buildings where I only watch from TV dramas. 





Although there was a hot sunny day, there are still windy and cold wind keep blowing. Sadly we didn't buy any face mask to cover, just try to apply lip balm and drink water to stay hydrated.




In Gyeongbok Palace, you will see a lot of these trees around the area. I like how the tree leaves grow and it is a very pretty scenery and view to take a photo with this tree. I feel like I travel back time to Korea Dynasty area.






I really love here a lot! I really hope that one day I can visit here again with hanbok. I enjoy all the buildings design here, the Joseon dynasty building that is still well maintained. 





Finally, this ends my photo here at Gyeongbok Palace. There are a whole lot of places to visit but due to the following tour, we never had a chance to further explore and take more photos. The schedule is quite packed and rush. I would really recommend that if you visit here, please try on a hanbok and spend half a day here. For the next Bukchon Hanok Village, is another perfect spot for hanbok outfit shooting too.


📍Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village in Seoul with a long history located on the top of a hill between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace, and Jongmyo Royal Shrine. The traditional village is composed of lots of alleys, hanok and is preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment.

Bukchon Hanok Village
South Korea, Seoul, 
Jongno-gu, Gahoe-dong, 계동길 37




In Bukchon Hanok Village, it is a perfect place for hanbok shoot too. There are so many traditional Korea houses in this whole area. Our tour guide also told us that they use to open their house tothe public to visit. But now due to there is a lot of disturbance no,w they did not allow any strangers to knock or come in their houses.


We manage to explore the other side of the village. Because the village is pretty huge to explore and we have an only short amount of time. We didn't have time to explore their main Street of Bukchon Hanok Village.




Love this special staircase and we took quite a lot of photos here.




The street here is so photo worthy. You can get a lot of nice photos here too even though you simply take a photo any corner here.


The main Street of Bukchon Hanok Village. It was a long street to walk and when we found this street the time we had is not enough. So we just took one photo at the started of the street.

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