Tuesday, 14th December 2010.
I found out the night before that when we went to the Geoungbok Palace, we actually wanted to go to Changdeok Palace (Changdeokgung), which is a World Heritage Site! So DH and I agreed that we should give a try to visit the World Heritage Site the following day.
So on the morning of on the 4th day, in the late morning (it was too freaking cold, at about -12C, to go out much earlier) we took the subway again heading towards the Changdeok Palace.
But before that we took a detour and visited this Experience Green Growth Hall:
This is the same place where I expereinced the U-Korea (Ubiquitous Korea) exhibition in 2005:
From the 2005 experience, I was sure the exhibits would be interesting 🙂 . I bet it’s hardly on the itinerary of the typical tourists coming to Seoul 🙂 !
You can visit the EGG website to get some idea of what to expect, but here are some of the attractions that Nafis managed to capture:
Right into the hall:
Aina discovered the environmentally friendly electric car (no less than a Hyundai!):
With great simulation:
that even DH couldn’t resist it:
Never mind if the instruction was in Korean:
they figured their way to virtually drive in Korea!
It wasa working/schooling day, so we were the only visitors at that time 🙂 :
I enjoyed most of the exhibits, especially those with some explanation in English!
The ideal Green township:
There was also a photo shoot corner, and we managed to take one the whole family:
Next: The Changdeok Palace.