On November 5th, 2022, 2 YG members and 3 exchange students met at Changgyeonggung at 5pm. In Changgyeonggung, we roamed around and took pictures. We could see traditional Korean buildings. Also, we could learn about Daehan Empire history. Since Changgyeonggung had both traditional and modern styles of buildings, it made the palace attractive. It features a more liberal design in an east-west...
On May 14th 2022, 4 Yonsei Global members and 3 exchange students gathered at our Yonsei University Sinchon campus to visit Kyungbok Palace. After meeting up at 1:30PM, we took the bus and moved to first our destination, Yes Hanbok. At Yes Hanbok we all chose a design of our own and got dressed in the Korean Traditional clothing, Hanbok.
We then headed to the Kyungbok Palace, which was around about 5 mintues away from the store. The Kyunbok Palace was the Royal Palace of the Joseon Dynasty. Looking inside the Palace gates, we were delighted by the building’s elegance and especially mesmerised by the sophisticated patterns that decorated it. Along with the walk, we also took photos to remember the day’s beauty.
After a look around the palace, we also went to the National Folk Museum which was located nearby. We could see outdoor displays of the living environment of Korea during different periods.
After our tour of the Kyungbok Palace and the National Folk Museum, we changed back into our clothes and headed to our last destination, ‘Naejadong Chuncheon Dakgalbi’, for dinner. As the name of the restaurant hints, we had ‘닭갈비(Dakgalbi)’, a spicy chicken stir-fry dish. We had a lovely time eating dinner as not only was the meal delicious, but we also used the opportunity to get to know about each other more.