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.