I must say, purchasing stuff over the Internet is something I rarely do whenever I’m online. I’d usually be checking my emails or stalking random people on Facebook.
Anyway, I was browsing through eBay recently and navigated myself to the men’s watches section.
Personally, I like watches. In fact, some men take pride in the watch strapped around their wrist. In case you don’t know, it somehow signifies the personality and characteristics of the man.
From shopping streets to traditional markets in Seoul, there are numerous places that attract not only the shopaholics, but also the average visitors.
Despite not being a true shopaholic, we made it a point to visit the notable shopping streets and markets during our visit to Seoul.
Along these streets and markets, there are hundreds of shops, street stalls and display stands in the alleys. They are filled with a wide variety of items and it’s vibrant with people bargaining over prices.
It’s easy to enjoy and learn about traditional Korean culture in Seoul. Besides the grand palaces of Seoul, visitors can also experience the Korean culture via Hanok Villages.
Namsangol Hanok Village is a traditional village set up with well-preserved Korean-style houses, called the hanok. Old household items are displayed in traditional houses to recreate a village of the Joseon Dynasty.