Seoul Trip 2016: Day 6 ~ To The Airport and Home

August 02, 2020

At last, we are here at the last chapter of this travel log series, which happened four years ago already. 😅 I think this is the travel that took me the longest time to finish documenting on the blog. Oh well better late than never, right?


After roaming around Dongdaemun Plaza, I went back to the guesthouse to wrap things up in my room. We've already researched that there's an airport bus that was just nearby and was just walking distance from the guesthouse. I could still recall that I had some trouble going down and up the underpass because of my heavy luggage, now that's it filled with pasalubong



After settling down on our seats on the bus, we started our travel to Incheon. Of course I spent this time just feeling all melancholic while looking back at the busy sceneries of Seoul outside.



This was my first time to be in Seoul during autumn, and I would sure miss the palette of colors this season has, specially exhibited by the trees around the city.

It seemed like the sky was gloomy that day too. đŸ˜ĸ

After around an hour, we finally arrive at the airport.


I consider Incheon airport as a tourist spot itself because there are lot of things to do inside while waiting for your flight. Also, I always daydream of bumping into Korean idols here. 😂










After checking in our luggage, we searched around for a place to have our lunch. And we landed here at Flavour 6 food court.




Now that we were full and still had a few hours to spare before our flight back home, we spent it just wandering around the airport. Up to the last minute, I was still in tourist mode!



We also went to this area in the airport to get our tax refund.




Aaaand more strolling around! 



 I tried to find the image that was sent to me when I took a photo in this interactive display at the airport. Unfortunately, I couldn't find it anymore. đŸ˜ĸ
Traveler mode. 😂
Mel graciously placed his spare Korean notes here. 👍

The most common things make me happy here in South Korea (in general). Just look at these luggage trollies. I wish I could take them home.




I took this photo when we landed on Manila, waiting to fetch our luggage. These guys really made this trip memorable. Initially, I planned this as a solo trip, but I just tried inviting them if they wanted (I already purchased tickets) and 'lo and behold, they jumped headfirst and accompanied me in this trip. As of this writing, I haven't seen them for more than 2 years, I think. After the pandemic, I'll meet up with them again.

Upon arriving home, I unloaded my things.
This was the spread I got from that store I randomly passed by in Hongdae.

Of course, my travel from Korea won't be complete without buying skincare products! Back then, I was a religious user of Skinfood's Peach Sake line (because it really helped clear up my acne scars).


Honestly, everything that happened is a blur now to me already. Good thing there are pictures that I have here that reminded me of the memories that I created back then in Seoul. Come to think of it, I haven't traveled back since then. After this pandemic, I hope to be back... this time during the winter. ❆ #sendingthisouttotheUniverse

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