November 20 – 27, 2017
We booked the tour last May (if you’re curious, we got it on sale, around Php 4,500 for a two-way trip) so it’s a bit too early to know the weather. Usually it’s Autumn in November, but what happened was early winter. Days before the trip, one of my twitter mutuals complained because winter came early and temperature dropped to around 8 degrees. She lives in Japan but I thought it was colder there. But sadly, I was wrong 🙁 That time, the temperature already dropped to less than 5 degrees in Korea. Uh oh.
That’s me in a Hanbok!
Snooow! Can’t wait to blog about my first snow experience, too!
There were still some orange-y leaves left but there were traces of snow on the road going to N Seoul Tower. It’s so pretty! Pictures could never justify how beautiful Korea is. It’s like… it can’t decide whether it’s still Autumn or Winter already. I love it so much.
I’ve been dreaming of visiting South Korea during Autumn even before I got into KPop and Korean Dramas. Experiencing snow is one of the few things I have on my bucket list, too. Little did I know I was going to experience both this 2017, and in one of the places I’ve always wanted to visit. To summarize, it was magical. Now that I have seen both seasons with my own eyes, I am beyond thrilled for my trips in the near future.
Who would have known that someone like me, a self-confessed anti-social and homebody, dreams of traveling the world? 🙂