The park was beautiful and many people were seen enjoying themselves in the outdoors. We rented bikes for 3000w/hour and rode through the park down to the Han River. It was a spectacular sight to see Central Seoul across the river. I've been trying for the past few weeks to head down to Yeouido to play beach volleyball, but I haven't had the time to do so yet.
Welcome to Yeouido Park!
There are pathways for bicycles and pedestrians:
Used bicycles galore...which one do I want?
Now this is how you enjoy yourself...napping on a bench in the park:
Here's a first...riding my bike with one hand and my camera in the other:
Down by the Han River...look at the gorgeous view:
Riding by the Han River...here's the 63 Building in the background (it was the tallest building in Korea; it was surpassed by the Hyperion Tower A; coincidentally, located 5 minutes away from us):
This is what happens when you get too much sun:
King Sejong the Great, the creator of Hangul (we're going to try to learn the language):
The heights (no pun intended) some people go to take the perfect picture (one day I will be like him...one day):
On the way home...these are the LG Twin Towers:
Common food stalls on the streets of Seoul (yes, those are corn dogs):
When you crave rotisserie chicken, find one of these bad boys: mobile rotisserie chicken trucks!