I mentioned earlier about similarities between Korea and Japan. Oh yes, there definitely are some!
Both like the cutesy stuff, not just in toys.
Weird establishments. Need I say more?
Both countries appreciate weird flavors. Wasabi is pretty self-explanatory: the only surprise was the mildness. Blue on the other hand remained as a mystery besides the bright color.
Both adopt the Western consumerism and traditions: Christmas is the season to be consuming!
Genki seniors. Who said Korean elderly are not healthy? They should work out after all the barbecue and rice cakes…
Oh, yes. The language and signs were different and the streets looked different, but strangely it all felt very familiar to me. Thank you Seoul for the entertainment.