We walked over to Insadong-gil, a small street of shops, restaurants and galleries, that is closed and made a pedestrian street on Sundays.
Kent with pals at the start of the street:
Another clue is the giant calligraphy brush that has started writing a Korean character:
Our lunch sides:
Our main dish was a dolsot bibimbap, a rice dish in a hot stone pot/bowl:
The big shopping center was closed on Sunday:
Octagonal Ten-story Buddha Relic Stupa:
Built in 2009 to be in the form of a traditional Korean stupa for the 100th anniversary of the temple.
A 500-year old Baeksong/Pinus bungeana/Lacebark Pine:
Next stop, the Deoksugung Palace.