After that, we went back towards Gyeongbokgung and Gwanghwamun.
It is a small but peaceful temple with a stone-carved Buddha in the cave.
The icing to the cake? Autumn brings a lot of new fruits and fruit-based desserts to the market and you will find fresh fruits like persimmon, pears, and apples being sold.
Interestingly, the two-storeyed cafe serves as an art exhibition space as well.
Address: 38 Gwanhun-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-300, South Korea; Open hours: 11 am — 9:30 pm daily; How to get there: Take the metro to Anguk Station, Exit 6.
Americano for Ruben, Jeju Hallabong tea for me this was way too sweet, would not recommend this.
Tteok-galbi is usually made of beef-ribs and pork chopped or ground together, along with some added spices and then grilled.
I challenged myself to visit all the provinces in the Philippines! It was as yummy as I remembered it! It was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.