Monday, April 12, 2010
It's like running away with the wind in my face
Part 2 of Insa-Dong. Seriously such a charming spot. I really loved this place. I wanted to go back and buy more stuff since I hardly bought anything, but I couldn't squeeze it in. Also, it was raining. We walked around with our umbrellas. Since I'm a California girl, the weather felt so cold to me and I was wearing so many layers. I really liked the items in the picture below. They were really unique one-of-a-kind pieces incorporating legos into the brooches and cell phone charms.
Delicious rice cookies that taste like sweet air with a hint of ginger and chewiness.
A cute accessories shop selling mostly really cheap fashion jewelry which is so much fun and I, of course, bought this super cute necklace that looks like skater-meets-goth.
Beautiful traditional mother of pearl shell artworks on jewelry cases and such
Then, we went to Starbucks to have coffee. The good thing is that if you are going to drink at the shop, they serve your coffee in real mugs. Also, in Korea, you must separate your trash (liquid, cup, other trash).
Posted by Youngest Indie at 7:31 PM
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