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Friday, December 31, 2010

happy new year...


today is the last day of 2010! let's end the year with a beautiful day and 2011 will be a fantastic year for you all. even if things didn't go in your way in 2010, hope that you can make things right in 2011. never give up...happy new year ♥

Thursday, December 30, 2010

slacking off...


I have been slacking off from my normal duties. My blog entries for Korea trip had stopped though I still have a lot of things wanna say. my report was suck but I was too lazy to re-do. What's next?

I'm going back to UMP in few hours time to start the new semester. No more excuse to slack off. I am clear and understand about what is the consequence if I slack off during this hyper-tension period.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

enjoying snow at Namsan hill

At 8 p.m, we're heading to NamSam Hill to see the view of Seoul at night. This trip was lead by a group of Malaysian family who are staying at the same guesthouse with us. They were nice and friendly.


Along the way to the top of the hill, we stopped at a vendor to eat fish cake. It's my first time to taste the Korean foods. The taste is not bad, really tasty and it's just cost us 500 won each.


We reached at the top of the hill after walking about 20 minutes and automatically the game was started.  I can't build my snowman because I can't stand the temperature and the wind. So cold lorr~!!


When it comes to playing in the snow,we love it but often get cold feet. Literally, this doesn't have to be the case. It's never too late to have a happy childhood....(><,)


The scenery is very-very beautiful up there. We can see all of Seoul with the colourful and brightest light.


I love the snow!!!

Namdaemun market

Before entering the market I looked across the street and could find the Korean style roof among contemporary buildings. The building seemed to be used as real asset but unfortunately, it's still under renovation.


Namdaemun market wasn't in our itinerary but we still go for it because most of people said this is a place where the locals will shop.Besides that, we still got a lot of time. So,why not we spent a little of time to window-shopping here.


In the market red awnings in a row caught my eye. Namdaemun market is a real treasure,I think.


There are quite a few department stores in the market that are crammed full of vendors that have no prices on their products, and the merchandise starts to look very same-same quite quickly. We've wasted a lot of time in those stores and I think that's what soured us on Namdaemun. On this visit, we just stuck to visiting the outdoor vendors, but we had a lot of fun.

Namdaemun,the busiest shopping district in Seoul.

it's snowing...

OMG!!IT'S SNOWING, IT'S SNOWING. We are getting snow. I swear. It's not an optical illusion or some stupid programming trick. It's real snow. Thanks to Dr.Norlidah for the 'snow dance'...hehe

These pictures is a little fuzzy from the blowing snow!


Like my first adventure in animation, I got so excited with the first flakes fell across my eyes.


Happy Snowmas~!!!

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, is a royal palace located in northern Seoul. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty. The name of the palace, Gyeongbokgung, translates in English as "Palace of Shining Happiness."


There is a ceremony each day at the Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, Korea. Guards stand tall in their brightly colored uniforms. Drummers sound off in a ceremonial cadence with each step toward the palace gates.


Horns blow and then the only sound you hear are their footsteps as they march in a single step atop the ancient gravel that has seen this action for centuries. Finally, the largest of the drums sounds so loud that it reverberates within your chest. The Palace guard has changed their watch and men like this one in the picture stand their post.


The opportunity to visit this palace was not one to be missed. It was a good day and a unique experience.

Gyeongbokgung,Palace of Shining Happiness