Day 5 & 6

I met up with my friend and wore hanbok at a palace. It was a nice experience to wear these kinds of clothes, even though it was obviously modified to be easy to put on for foreigners. It was interesting, because I saw a lot of people around the town wearing these kinds of clothes, but I found out later that most of them were Chinese tourists, since they are the largest population of immigrants/tourists to South Korea.

Later on we all went out to a Japanese restaurant near her university, which was really tasty although I couldn’t finish it as usual.

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