Here are some pictures from Insa-dong, Seoul. It’s the ‘traditional’ part of Korea. Where you can buy ‘traditional’ gifts.
I went so I could find my sister a cute little sewing kit, but I didn’t end up finding one.
Here you can buy the traditional rice paper, calligraphy stuff, art, scrolls, fans, pouches and all that kind of stuff.
Here’s the beginning of the street leading to all the stores.
Just a sign on the street.
Foreigners buying food in the middle of the street. The vendors were wearing traditional korean clothing- hanboks.
A shop where they sold art.
A guy selling fans. This particular guy will write someone on the fan for you.
Anyways, thats a little part of Korea for you. 🙂