We have decided the spend the last night at Seoul by taking its Night Tour Bus.
There is direct line from Myeongdong station to Gwanghwamun station. Hence, we made an interchange at Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.
In Malaysia, priority/fast lane is on the right side whereas in Korea, it is on the left side.
The driving direction also likewise reverse compared to Malaysia’s.
Bought some cute snacks to eat.
Now you see it, now you don’t.
Haechi, a mascot of Seoul city.
It is a mythological character from Chinese and Korean mythology.
This “fire eating dog” has been said to protect Seoul from fires and disasters, also represents justice, integrity and good fortune.
Korea Police Station
They have really really cute mascots.
Korea Hyundai Police Car
Pickles at Korea KFC.
They do not take reservation beforehand.
Tickets are only available on the bus itself.
It’s on a first come first serve basis.
There are 2 different routes for Night Tour: 5,000 won and 10,000 won.
5,000 won is single decker, while the 10,000 won ride is of double decker.
One can go off at any stop, but cannot ride again unlimited times like the day tour bus as there is only one bus for one route each night.
Taken from Namsam Mountain.
How I wish my tripod was here.
Mom with N Seoul Tower.
Overall, Night Tour bus is a cheaper alternative to tour Seoul and perfect for elders as they don’t have to walk.
Tips: Sit on the right side of the bus. It has better scenery.
On the next morning, we catch our flight at Incheon Airport.
Back to Malaysia!
My Korea Travelogue (In sequence):