As a conclusion to our series on our vacation in Beijing, Autumn 2007, we bring you this special entry of memories of Beijing. Never-seen-before pictures of K-popped! at famous tourist spots in China. It is also a guide on what’s cool and where to go when you are visiting Beijing.
K-popped! at Wangfujing Street –
Beijing’s Modern Shopping District.
K-popped! Trio attempting a complicated “Saranghae”
pose at the grounds of The Temple of Heaven (Tian Tan).
“Tian Tan” is China’s largest existing complex of
ancient sacrificial buildings. Occupying 273 hectares,
it is three times the area of the Forbidden City.
gigantic Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest at
The Temple of Heaven.
at The Place, they couldn’t help but jump for joy!
but jump in the Forbidden City. Whoopee…we can’t believe
we are actually at the Imperial Palace which was
home to the Emperors of China for almost five centuries. Cowabunga!
ancient giant urns to escape Imperial Palace
guards who were patrolling the premises.
but obviously one of them was not in the loop.Ahh, finally we got it right. Saranghae readers!
K-popped! Trio sends you love from the Imperial Palace, China.
Even while in awe of the magnificent view from
The Great Wall of China at Badaling,
we frantically started to point towards
South Korea in the horizon.
So readers, which is your favourite photo?
K-popped! in Beijing, Autumn 2007 entries:
- In-flight K-entertainment onboard MAS
- Coffee at Beijing’s 798 Art Zone
- Delicious Korean cuisine at Beijing’s hutong
- Korean snacks from Wudaokou
- Lunch at Wudaokou
- Korea star sightings in Wudaokou
- Traveling to Wudaokou in Beijing
- Song Hye-kyo on the cover of Chinese Cosmopolitan
- K-popped! in Beijing