No frozen fingers this time in continuation of Seoul tour

Today I went to places that I could have visited yesterday, had it not been for my fingers frozen by the Korean winter. I could no longer feel my hands and could not take decent pictures at the end of yesterday’s tour.

First stop today was the Bukchon area, where you can find traditional Korean houses.

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Near Bukchon is Changdeokgung Palace, which was built in 1405.

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Next stop was Tapgol Park, where the Ten Storied Stone Pagoda of Wongaksa Temple Site and the Monument of Wongaksa are located:

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Last stop was Cheonggyecheon, a restored stream:

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