Biking Along the Han River

The Han River is a huge symbol of Seoul. It’s length spans many neighborhoods and with green initiatives, it’s always a crowded area filled with families and couples doing some walking, riding bikes, and having picnics. There are even pedestrian roads under the bridges that make it easy to cross from one side to the other if you are walking or riding your bike.

Biking Along the Han Bike View

Biking Along the Han Bridge View

Biking Along the Han Crowds

Biking Along the Han Flower Field

Biking Along the Han Greenery

The bike paths along the Han River are really accessible and so fun to bike on! Plus, you can’t beat the view. I hate exercising in the gym, but walking around or riding my bike with a beautiful view doesn’t seem like effort at all. It gets crowded during certain times of the day, but nothing too crazy. It feels nice to all bike together actually. I like to ride my bike and take my lunch with me to eat in whatever nice area I see. It’s impressive how easily you can bike from one end of Seoul to the other!

Biking Along the Han Sunset

Biking Along the Han Underground

Biking Along the Han View

Biking Along the Han Yeouido 63 Building

Biking Along the Han Yeouido Night Biking

You can rent a bike at several parks along the Han River for a small fee with your ID. If you don’t want to deal with the hassle of getting your bike to the Han River it’s worth it because the regular Seoul roads aren’t too bike friendly and there are a lot of steep areas. You don’t need to worry about anything once you are there because there are always convenience stores along the paths where you can grab a snack or water. It’s a great way to exercise and enjoy the beauty of nature!

Q: How do you like to exercise?

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Bingsu

Sweet, sweet bingsu. I can’t get enough of it! There are tons of flavors to choose from as the summer hits Korea so there is really something for everyone. Sadly my Seoul bingsu tour is ending as the cold weather hits! Most of the cafes are phasing out their bingsu options until next summer but you can always go to actual bingsu cafes to satisfy your craving during the cold months. I’m eating it as much as I can before it’s gone! Most recently, I tried the Milk Tea Snow Blossom bingsu from Chloris Tea and Coffee.

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Storefront

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Sign

If you are a fan of milk tea you will definitely love this one. I was pretty psyched because I love milk tea! Since Chloris Tea and Coffee is a teahouse they use a really good quality milk tea to make it. It tastes really fresh and had a natural tea flavor that isn’t overpowering. It was really good! If you love tea, you definitely have to try any of their tea options. You won’t be disappointed!

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Interior

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom

For flavored bingsu, this one can’t be beat. It’s definitely one of my favorite ones and it can easily be found in major areas of Seoul. There is one on the main street of Hongdae and there is one in Gangnam as well. FYI, the same bingsu in Gangnam was more expensive for some reason.

Q: Have you ever tried bingsu?

To get to Chloris Tea and Coffee (Hongdae), take the subway to Hongik University Station and go straight out of exit 9. Turn left at the first major intersection and cross to the other side of the street. Walk straight towards Hongik University and Chloris Tea and Coffee will be on your right !

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