This place serve really nice pie/cake. Blueberry double cheese and apple cannele are good.

Passing by the famous local noodle eatery in Samcheongdong.

A pretty good meal of pork belly and pork ribs, sadly no much place for sittings.

Pork ribs

A beautiful hill street filled with Hanok houses.

Beautiful area filled with cafes and small shops, very walkable. You can see some people wearing traditional Korean clothing walking around, as you can rent them here.

A more artistic shopping and eateries street with theaters and street art.

This famous place for selling Cheese pizza is very nice, unique and affordable.

They offer a set meal for 19800won, where u get a large cheese pizza and a pot of ramen, then a choice of kimchi rice or korean rice cake with cheese. After the meal, you get free ice-cream as well. The highlight is the cheese pizza, really cheezy with a sweet syrup sauce for dipping.

I arrived at 2.30pm on weekday where the crazy lunch crowd is gone. The place closed for break around 3-4pm, so they locked us in and we can have a long quiet meal without any urgency.

This hill park in the city is very convenient and scenic. Surrounded by the city wall, next to Ihwa Mural Village and you get a superb view of Seoul. There are some facility for exercise as well.

The mural is okay, supported by some cafe and eateries. Walking around the neighbourhood is interesting; Nahsan Park and Daehangno street are just nearby.

A hidden gem at the end of alley, an old cafe serving drinks and free dessert snacks. It is a very cozy environment with plenty of old things, very good for relaxing or for long chat.

Passing by Insadong after Gyeongbokung, plenty of eateries and shop.

I don't really fancy historical building, but the night visit event is quite interesting.

Night event start at 7pm for a limited period during September and October. There is a 500 tickets limit per day for foreigner, but we have no problem securing a ticket on weekday night. Some people wore Hanbok (traditional korean costume) and take lots of photo at the palace. There is also a 15 minutes light show at the pavilion, which is quite colourful.

The night view is an interesting experience, seeing people wore Hanbok make the place more lively (we realize later you can rent Hanbok at Insadong shop for 15000won).

Potato crocket a bit too filling, taste alright.

Tongnin Sweet serve pretty good egg tart at 2000won per pop. The lady boss is pretty and business is pretty good.

An old bookstore caught in the past, also a cafe.

Hyo Ja Bakery, self proclaimed best bakery in the neighbourhood, and it does have many customers and run by aspiring young people. Bought their best seller buns for 5000won, pretty good.

Sadly it is closed when we arrived at 4pm, as the operating hours is 11am - 4pm. You can still dine at the Korean Rice Cake stall.

Selling fruits and snacks. The most famous stall would be the Korean Rice Cake, it's pretty good.

A mix hidden old alley with old houses and modern cafe restaurants. It's interesting to walk through the smaller roads to find some interesting shop.