After eating at The Glamping, we were all still hungry. So, we were trying to figure out what else we could eat that wasn't too filling but would hit the spot. Someone suggested a BBQ place, so we ended up going there. Back home I always used to watch a show called diners, drive-ins and dives where they go looking for the best restaurants. A lot of the were BBQ restaurants and it always made me want to go there and eat the food. Which is what this place reminded me of.
I randomly came across this post on FB about a restaurant in Seoul called "The Glamping". Koreans are big on camping, but with style, so they don't like to stay in regular tents. The tents they use have like multiple little bedrooms and space for a living area, which is how they came up with glamping. This restaurant is located in Itaewon where you can find most of the worldly kinds of food. They serve seafood as well as BBQ foods, so you feel like you're actually camping.
Lotte World has been on my list since I went to Everland. Not because I wanted to go on rides, but because of the Disney World type castle. So after eating at Witch's Kitchen we headed up to the park. Lotte World is very convenient to get to, it is located at Jamsil subway station exit 4, you don't even need to leave the station. Lotte World is both an indoor and outdoor amusement park. Admission is 48k, but if you go after 4pm it goes down to 38k. Lucky for us we got a discount because of BC bank and only paid 20k.
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