It's that time of the year again, time for me to take another big trip. As this post goes up, I am laying over in Dallas Fort Worth, waiting for my flight to Seoul to take off. This will be the first time that I am able to fly a Boeing 777, my first trip to Asia, and the first time I take a leisure trip to a non-English speaking country. I have visited France before, but that was mostly for work, so I am curios to see if that makes a difference.
My plans for my trip to Seoul are planned out right now. My strategy is always to plan out every activity I want to do while there. The plan is used as a guide so I don't spend tons of time looking up what the next thing is to do. The plan is never followed to a T though, I always change things around once I actually get a feel for the city. Activities get dropped, some get added, but overall the plan gives me a general idea of what to do while in whatever location I am traveling to.
Some of the planned thing to do in Seoul:
- Gyeongbokgung Palace
- National Museum of Korea
- Mt. Bukhansan
- 63 City
- Seoul Tower
- Insa Dong Streets
Those are the main points, there promises to be a whole lot of other things to see in Korea, and I have built in many open stretches of time to do some exploring. Photos will certainly be high on the list of things to do.
I look forward to sharing my adventures through Seoul with everyone. See you on the other side of this 13hr flight.
Rocket Scientist, Travel Junkie, and Ruler of the 4th Moon of Omicron Persei 8