We started the day off by visiting kstar road. It's supposedly an area with hangout spots that idols like to go to, but to me it seemed mostly just a road with bears along it lol It's on Apgujeong Rodeo in Gangnam, so the pricey area that imitates Rodeo Drive in America. There's a lot of expensive stores like Armani, MCM, Prada, etc.
Next we went by one of the SM buildings that was on kstar road. I guess it was under construction and being turned into a shop... Then we went by Min's which is the cafe owned by 2AM's Changmin. BTS is known to go there very often and the lady asked me if I was a fan, which of course I said yes, so she suggested their favorite drinks. We got them and a mini waffle. We walked the streets for a bit, and I stopped in Etude House to get some makeup. Our next stop was Coreanos, which is a Mexican-Korean fusion restaurant. I had their famous kimcheese fries, and they were to die for.
We went by JYP and then on to Cube Entertainment/cafe. I think someone was leaving JYP at the time, but of course I couldn't see in the van. At Cube we sat in the cafe for a little while, which is actually linked to their studio. Nothing much happened there lol
We visited Kamong cafe which is owned by EXO Kai's sister. I picked the waffle with green tea ice cream and a cookies and cream kamongcchino, which were absolutely delicious.
We finished the day at the COEX Mall, which included shopping, an aquarium, and SM Town. I bought a shirt from A-land , which is a popular store among young adults. Then we went to the aquarium, but I'm going to make an entire card just for that, because I have so many pictures and the fish were awesome. Next was SM Town, and the pictures pretty much explain themselves. I think we might take a studio tour later in the week.
We headed back out to eat and go to our hotel. We stopped at small, Chinese-esque restaurant to have jjajangmyeon and tangsuyuk. At a convenient store near our hotel I found the ice cream that they're always eating in kdramas. It tasted like homemade ice cream made with Bordon's chocolate milk. I included a picture of my blisters because Seoul involves SOOOO much walking. I had to go get bandaids in like the first 5 minutes. Everyone uses the subway, and they're actually really nice compared to those in America. Most people are very polite, and suuuuper well dressed. It's pretty late here, and I feel like I'm fixing to ramble, so I'm going to stop for now lol I barely have any free time except for just before bed, but I keep falling asleep in the middle of making a card, so please bare with me and my slowness XD