The third and final day at Seoul was just like a filler. After getting off the jimjilbang, we headed towards Gangnam to the Bongeunsa Temple which happens to be a Buddhist Temple. Again, Korean traditional architecture for ya’ll.
That day, we were able to witness some worshippers do their rituals and ceremonies (see video below). It was solemn but there were a number of tourists roaming around the area as well. There were also photographs displayed on the garden which were for sale. Prices can be as high as 100,000 Won.
We had lunch at a restaurant which serves cold noodles somewhere in Gangnam. By cold noodles, I mean real cold soup with crushed ice. No, I don’t like it. Thank god for charcoal pork cutlets for redemption.
Before heading back to Gumi, we strolled around the area which stood high with glamorous buildings, incuding the Samsung Headquarters. I posted a link below where you can see the window cleaners of the said building.
Bonus: See Samsung Electronics window cleaners unbelievably hanging on those skyscrapers.