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Day 27 Garosu-gil (tree-lined street)


Yesterday, i went to Garosugil in the afternoon before my 4pm lesson.


It is easy to spot the street even though it isn't directly beside the subway station. Partly because it is a tree-lined street, and also because the lively atmosphere stood in stark contrast with the dull concrete jungle along the main road. The street is lined with cafes, restaurants, bars and shops. It is about 800m long and i enjoyed strolling down the streets while trying my best to take pictures discreetly. There are so many cafes to choose from. In the end, i chose a Japanese restaurant.

To get there, get out of exit 8 of Sinsa station. walk straight for about 120m.
Garosu-gil will be on your left.
You can't miss it.











I ate at the restaurant on the left side of the picture. 


















It's just yellow noodles with cabbage and fish cakes... and it costs 7000 won...

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2 Comments:

in Japanese, a tree-lined street is called namikimichi (並木道)haha

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 14, 2012 at 2:55 AM  

you know there's an island called Nami Island in Korea? hehe sounds like a food, namikimchi

By Blogger Seoulo Traveller, at July 14, 2012 at 4:03 AM  



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