This is the continuation of the last part where we entered the National Folk Museum.
Look at this, so pretty! We couldn't see the cherry blossom in Jeju much, it had all ended there. Thank God, it can still be seen in Seoul. It was the end of the season when we were there for cherry blossom. Cherry blossom is actually originated in Korea, not Japan. :)
They showed how folks lived. They really did it well, put the places together. Like the train looked like, the dining table, and stuff like that. This, is a photo shop haha.
Restaurant. Very simple unlike these days, there are the fine dining, the average class and affordable, and the very minimal requirements. Thinking bout it, sometimes it sounds ridiculous.
Tadaaa ... hey my ratty friend!
Finally, it's time to have a visit towards the palace. These are Korean Jars. If you notice it, you can see various shapes and patterns of the jars. The differentiation varies from the region of origins. All of them are classified as usage such as storage of fermented food, kimchi and wine, kept grains, salt, pepper and also clothes. These jars have different shapes and uses and were widely used for ages.
A typical Libran who contradicts herself, and someone who is indecisive with a journey of uncertainty. Blessed with family and friends, and will always miss the place that had the best memory of the lifetime - Switzerland, the paradise, THE place that many could only dreamed of!
Der Schweiz, ich vermisse dich!The Swiss, I miss you!