The next destination this year was to Seoul, South Korea. My friends and I agreed to give me full authority to choose the chart the plan for this trip.
We stayed in Seoul only for two nights, just a short stay to enjoy the activity in the winter time and its freezing cold nights.
A few months before the departure, I spent one whole night just to find the most affordable, cheapest, and most comfortable accomodation possible to five of us.
And I came across this Backpacker Inside Hostel and, gotcha!
We were greeted by a hunky Korean man named Ming (as what I recalled, I hope it`s right) and I think he was cool, introduced to us the facilities provided inside our room. And the reception area is even cooler! So much like a bachelor pad rather than a typical guest house.
Best of all, our room was upgraded to a room ensuite the bathroom, unlike one that I have booked earlier. Thus, it saved our worry from having to share the same bathroom with strangers.
The hostel practises the concept of bed and breakfast. Thus, we saved penny for our breakfast. The simple breakfast of fried eggs and hot coffee were enough to kick start our day in freezing Seoul city.
Yes, it was a bit cramp, what with 5 of us plus our BIG luggages,and they were more than 5, y' know! Somehow girls and big luggages are synonim, and when they were with us during this trip, sometimes it caused headache, considering a lot of travelling in Seoul was more convenient via subway, but sadly, frugal Juli has to sacrifice. Hu hu
If you can see the luggages in this pic, this is just PART of them all
Nonetheless, tolerant has to be at its best when you want to travel with a big smile pasted on your mouth throughout the trip.