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The 24 neighborhoods of Seoul each have a unique flavor, with combinations of skyscrapers, royal palaces, temples, night markets and shops.  (photo by Gael Chardon for Wikimedia Commons)

Insa-dong is the traditional heart of Seoul with numerous tea houses and antique and art galleries.

A helpful citizen guided us to a tiny family-run tea house where we sat on the floor and ate a sumptuous meal like this one for the cost of about $4 each.

Throughout the city various restaurants display their specialties including kimchi, bulgogi, and rice cakes.

Jinseng is widely available for sale.

Small tranquil gardens can be found amongst the high-rise towers.

Korean teacher colleagues treated us to a bimbap meal, after which we went out for Karaoke.


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