The BFF Album: Korea and China 2015

Monday, May 25, 2015

BFF doesn't mean both of you have to meet up frequently, chat everyday or to share the stories that you're interested in only. My version of BFF is we still love each other even though we hardly meet, exchange stories, encourage each other and will still think of her when you're traveling. 

Few years back, she decided to start a new life in Melbourne. We don't really chat with each other frequently, but once we started type and chat in whatsapp, the message will be as long as an essay. We love to exchange our stories together, encourage each other with God's word (yes, we have the same belief), and we love vintage (but she's more into it). When we travel, we will send postcard to each other too!!  

This February, she's traveling to China and me, to Korea. As usual, we update each other with tons of photos. Somehow, I came across this idea where to combine 2 photos together (China - Korea) because there are so many similarity in our pictures! Browse through and you will know why..

ENJOY browsing.. and Happy Monday! 

KOREA: Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul
CHINA: The great wall, Beijing

KOREA: Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan
CHINA: Nan Luo Gu Xiang (南锣鼓巷), Beijing

KOREA: Part of Gyeongbokgong Palace , Seoul
CHINA: Hiking the wild part of The Great Wall, Beijing

 KOREA: Nampodong, Busan
CHINA: Nan Luo Gu Xiang (南锣鼓巷), Beijing

 KOREA: Tosokchon (Ginseng Chicken Soup) Restaurant near Gyeongbukgong Palace, Seoul
CHINA: QianMen, Beijing

 KOREA: Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan
CHINA: Nan Luo Gu Xiang (南锣鼓巷), Beijing

 KOREA: Second day in Busan
CHINA: First day in Beijing

 KOREA: Korean dishes, Seoul
CHINA: Traditional Hakka dishes, Beijing

 KOREA: Breakfast at the convenient store, Seoul
CHINA: Lunch at the wild part of The Great Wall, Beijing

 KOREA: Starbucks at Insadong, Seoul
CHINA: Starbucks, Beijing

  KOREA: Ewha Women University, Seoul
CHINA: Gong Wang Fu (恭王府), Beijing

  KOREA: My shopping haul in Korea. 
CHINA: Her shopping haul on the first day in Beijing.
 
  KOREA: Traditional costume
CHINA: Wedding costume

 KOREA: Cute socks easily found in every corner in Korea.
CHINA: Handmade shoes, Beijing.

  KOREA: It was snowing in Seoul, for only one day.
CHINA: Local ice game, Beijing

  KOREA: Mobile version of tourist information officer, Seoul
CHINA: Traffic officer, Beijing

  KOREA & CHINA: Street food

 KOREA: Gukje International Market, Busan
CHINA: Shao Bing (北京燒餅) -  a type of baked, unleavened, layered flatbread bread, Beijing

 KOREA & CHINA: Traditional Costume

 KOREA: Gyeongbukgong Palace, Seoul
CHINA: Gong Wang Fu (恭王府), Beijing

 KOREA: On the way to N Seoul Tower, Seoul
CHINA: San Li Tun (三里屯), Beijing

  KOREA: Haeundae traditional market, Busan
CHINA: Dazhalan (大栅栏), Beijing

  KOREA: Spicy Chicken Snacks, Seoul
CHINA: Old Beijing Snacks

  KOREA: N Seoul Tower, Seoul
CHINA: The great wall, Beijing

  He is my bff's boyfriend, also my friend since primary school, standard one.
I found this picture is cute because both of us posing with the drinks and the eyes also looking to the other side. #priceless

 KOREA: Gyeongbukgong Palace, Seoul
CHINA: Beijing

 KOREA: Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul
CHINA: Beijing

  KOREA: Air Asia Airline
CHINA: Malaysia Airline

Love this collage too! 
 KOREA & CHINA

That's all for this post.
I hope you enjoy the collage too.

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