The fish market where you can buy live seafood and the restaurants will prepare it for you next door.
A corn dog wrapped in a sea of french fries. The epitome of convenience...and deliciousness.
Fried mudfish. Don't know what that is? DON'T google it.
Sticker photos are a must in Asia.
Poop-shaped red bean snacks.
A handy keyboard made with Photoshop shortcuts to help those who are a bit more forgetful (like me!)
Live octopus. It squirms and suctions about in your mouth.
A very very cold best friend.
A Korean dessert made out of 240,000 strands of honey and stuffed with walnuts and chocolate. Love.
Ice cream with coffee; simplicity at its best.
The equivalence of a knuckle sandwich, this dish is called "fist rice."
The wall of love locks under Seoul Tower. Couples in Korea love making their mark on everything.
I have always been a wordy speaker, writer, thinker, and there is so much that I want to say yet finding the right words seem dauntingly impossible, so I'll let the photos (and captions) speak for themselves. Seoul was the most liberating, exhilarating, foreign, and wonderful vacation of my life thus far and I can't wait to have many many more just like it. Very open to trying everything at least once, I did and ate things I never thought I ever would but am so glad I did it. If a photo speaks a thousand words, than 16,000 words seems to sum up my 8.5 days in the Soul of Asia in a nice, concise, neatly-packaged post. Enjoy, I sure as hell did!