Sunday morning we attended church, and that evening we visited Bongeunsa Buddhist Temple where we were treated to a drum and bell ringing performance.
On our way back home, we stopped to watch the Banpo Bridge water fountain show and took photos of the colorful sights near the Han River.
Looking for indoor activities to do on a rainy Monday and Tuesday, we started the week with a visit to the combination Trick-eye Museum and Ice Museum in Seoul.
A late lunch at the Noryangin Fish Market in Seoul was quite an experience! It is Seoul's largest seafood market and is open 24-hours a day. We were glad to have Bob's office assistant, Yoohnee, join us to help with the seafood selections and eating arrangements. Don't you wish you could have joined us? Yum!
On Tuesday we attended a session at the LDS Temple in Seoul along with missionaries serving in the Seoul Mission. We gobbled down some delicious mandu, soup, and steamed buns for lunch. Later that day we visited the War Museum. These pictures don't show it, but the museum is amazing and offers so much more than we were able to experience that afternoon.
With the promise of sunny skies the following day, we retired early in anticipation of outdoor adventures beckoning us at dawn.