Riding a train alone is not that horrible, especially when you have no idea when to get off. You either get off to an unknown countryside or your actual destination. And even if you are lucky enough to ask strangers if this is your station to get off, you still have another mission to take on. In a foreign province where people speak a foreign language that you barely understand. Nice.
What could be worse, right?
Well, you also do not have a local sim card and you cannot move to other further places as there is no WiFi signal. A normal person would find a hotel right away then. Duh, that was the original plan but the squad said to wait for them in case you get lost. And so, you just sit at one of the coffee shops at the train station doing your assignment even when you are on a holiday because Midterm exam is right away when you go back to school. The first few hours were alright as you were just there focusing on your assessment Until a few hours became 6 hours roughly and your friends had not shown up yet. Cool. Then, you decided to take a taxi, but the first taxi driver would not take you to your hotel for some unknown reasons. Don’t lose hope yet, honey. Try again… Thank god, this next cab accepted the ride!~ Settled in and had your dinner, baby girl… x
- Gamcheon Culture Village – 감천문화마을
Channeling my inner model, kind of. Girl, that confident though. I wish I could always be this confident back at home. Hehehe!
Such a beautiful sunrise, isn’t it? ❤ I think I just fell in love with the place right then and there.
Had enough of me, yet? 😀
I forgot what is this place, but it still is at 감천문화마을. The museum there I suppose? Correct me if I’m wrong.
There are way too many photos for one day, so I am gonna end it right here.
Thank you for reading! If you ever visit Busan, please don’t miss this village. I highly recommend going there and don’t be like me to miss out wearing Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes).
Location: Saha-gu – Gamcheon 2 (i) – dong, South Korea, Busan, Saha-gu, 2-347 Gamcheon-dong