Hello again. This is part 2 of the post for my Korea Pre-Wedding shoot. If you have not read part 1 yet, please hop over to http://www.hwee-ified.com/korea-pre-wedding-photoshoot/
And so, after 3 months our edited photos are ready for viewing! The coordinator was nice enough to agree to my request of letting me see the edited photos before we decide on which photo to be printed for the 20R.
We received our edited photos last month via e-mail and I’m so happy to see the edited versions. So it is possible for the photos to look even better (remember I said before “how much nicer can it look when it’s already so nice raw?”)
It was the first time I was going to Busan so I was really excited. I was very confused when I was doing my research on how to go to Busan from Seoul and how I should book the tickets. The only thing I knew was that I could travel by the KTX. Other than that I have zero idea on what was going on. The KTX website wasn’t of much help either. Thankfully a fellow blogger typed her experience and tips on how to go about booking so I shall type it here for anyone who will need this information.
We spent most of day 3 doing our photoshoot hence we only managed to explore Shinchon which was the area we lived at. If you have not read my post on our pre-wedding photoshoot, you can read it here. After a tiring and long day, we went to try the famous Palsaek Samgyeopsal which literally means 8 colors of pork belly.
As mentioned in my previous post, I have decided to shift all pre-wedding photoshoot details here instead of blogging half of it in Day 1 and half of it in Day 3. This post is probably going to get a little lengthy.
Today we went to the most expensive district of Korea, Gangnam-gu! Our first destination was Sinsadong Garosu-gil. We reached during noon and the streets were still fairly empty. In Garosu-gil, there are many quaint cafes and local retail designer stores.