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Nami Island

Nami Island

Nami Island
Yaaay! My blog is alive!!! Finally had some free time today so I’m sharing some photos from Korea. I have a ton of pictures in my phone right now, I’m actually kinda worried that it might explode anytime soon. Lol So, to prevent that from happening, I’m gonna start putting everything here. Haha But one place at a time only. I’ve got one of the most demanding jobs in the world that it would be impossible for me to blog as often as I did before. huhu But oh well. We all have to hustle! haha

To start off, I’m sharing photos from Nami Island! I went there last March with my friend, Laurice, who came to Korea for a short vacation. We almost missed the train going to Gapyeong because of me. I woke up late. HAHA Some things never change!
For sure most of you are familiar with this place. We all watched that Korean drama, Endless Love Winter Sonata. Right? :))
Our original plan was to visit Petite France after going to Nami, since it will take just about 25 minutes to get there via Gapyeong Tour Bus. But someone told Laurice that Petite France was under construction during that time so we decided to ditch the idea and just go back to Seoul earlier than our schedule. If you have plans of going to Nami, I suggest you visit Petite France too. That would be more convenient and I heard the place is really nice.
It was still winter when we went to Nami, so there’s not much to see. I think the best time to go there is during fall season because you’ll get to see the play of colors of the leaves. Or early winter when everything is still covered in snow if you like cold weather that much. I think I prefer fall season. It’s so hard to move when you’re wearing a lot of clothes. Haha Well, that’s just me. 😛
You wouldn’t believe the amount of photos that we took that day. I spent a good one hour sorting which ones to include in this blog post. And that’s just for Nami! Haha It’s crazy how we always take a lot of photos but only upload a few ones. Lol
I’m so grateful that Laurice went to Korea. I wouldn’t have thought of visiting Nami if it wasn’t for her. Here’s to more #LaurandShayneAdventures soon, L! 😉
Repriziiint! haha Ferry ride back to Namiseom Dock. From there, you can take a cab to get to Gapyeong station where you can take the ITX train going to Seoul.

Hope you enjoyed the photos! I’m still thinking what place to blog about on my next post. That is, if I’ll get lucky to have some free time again. Haha I post more on my Instagram though! So follow me there if you want to see more photos from Korea. Gomawoyo! 😀


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