[Travelogue] Power Blogger Program Day 6 – Odaesan Woljeongsa Temple and Hongik University Street

Goodbye Pyeongchang! ‘Power Blogger Program’ Day 6 started off with the fresh air in the morning, but we have to go. We checked out from the hotel and ready to leave for Seoul.


But before that, we had to stop by the famous Buddhist temple in Pyeongchang called Odaesan Woljeongsa Temple. If you are a fan of temple, this is a must-visit place! Located in the forest of the valley east of Mt. Odaesan, it is open to visit everyday, from 05:00 to 21:00. Its is free of charge! There is also a Temple Stay programme where you can experience living in the temple for 1 night 2 days. We enjoyed strolled around the temple. Enjoy the photos we took during our trip below!

A stream

Cafe inside the temple


You can enjoy a lot of busking along Hongdae street. Picture by Airbnb.

Hongik University Street or Hongdae is a neighborhood known for its youthful, underground culture and freedom of self-expression. There are a lot of cafes, clubs, wall murals, fashion, underground music, dance, and art festivals which you can enjoy with your friends. Hongdae is specially lively and energetic at night. We spent few hours of our last night in Korea at Hongdae for shopping, food, chilling at cafe, enjoying the music and dance or just looking around the crowd.

That wraps up ‘Power Blogger Program’ Day 6! Our last travelogue will be coming up soon. So stay tuned!