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Postcards from Korea

  • June 1st, 2012 | Travels

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    Our Nolita Store Manager, David, just returned from what sounded like an amazing trip to Korea and shared some of his snapshots:

    Off to adventure, in our bee print short sleeve Single Needle

    About to sample some of the hundreds of different types of kimchi at LOTTE.

    Kyongbokkung Palace, originally built in 1394, has been burned down and destroyed several times but always rebuilt to the original design.

    Technology is everywhere in Korea. We ditched the paper map for the touch screens with trip planners located at most subway stations.

    Ramen + bibimbap. One of my favorite things about Korea was the amazing, inexpensive food.

    Pillars at the Deoksugung Palace. These colorful paintings are all over Korean Buddhist temples and palaces.

    We were lucky enough to be visiting the Jogyesa Buddhist Temple during the annual Lantern Festival, held in honor of Buddha’s birthday.

    SA at the Galleria

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