We enjoyed lunch at our favorite Indian Restaurant nearby. Shauna and Kristie tried on the style and role of a Korean"ajumma". Thank goodness it didn't quite fit!
Bob dropped us off at the War Memorial and went in to work. We especially enjoyed the short 4D movie simulating being a soldier in the Korean War.
We left the museum and rode the subway back home. The subway is always a fun adventure of it's own.
We rode the cable car up to Seoul Tower in the late afternoon and stayed until dark so we could capture both day and night photos of the beautiful sprawling city of Seoul.
There is an "Alive" Museum at Seoul Tower, where we played with our cameras while awaiting nightfall.
Sometimes, we composed some pretty good optical illusion photos . . .
But most of the time, something is just not quite right . . .
Well, on that happy note, we returned home to get some rest before one last outing together.
Flights back to Utah on Wednesday afternoon left us just enough time to do some souvenir shopping in Myeongdong, where we were amused by store displays (always fresh), street performers, and cutsie advertising ploys. Then we chowed down on some yummy Korean BBQ and Snow Milk for dessert.
A Sweet Farewell to My Siblings!