Weaving through Insa-dong (인사동) after laughing ourselves silly in some princess Hanbok (those traditional Korean dress) in the Bukchon Hanok Village (북촌한옥마을) earlier that morning. Insa-dong is part overly-touristy with the most cliche and unfashionable souvenirs, part artsy with galleries and the many little vendors selling their own handmade items, part very un-touristy with unpretentious shops selling common essentials etc. It's just unlike the other parts of Seoul by being... very Insa-dong. Victoria marked it as her favourite destination of Seoul this time around while I remembered it as the place where I chanced upon a bell booth and brought back a bell keyring with such a crisp and clear ring. It was 'love at first ring'.