Lotte World - Part 2

There is also a game arcade for kids. So, kids who can't enjoy the adventure
rides because of their heights, could turn on to other things.

Riding the giant balloon, you could see the indoor architecture from
above and I could see why is the favourite among couples..ehem!

From the top of the world! from the giant balloon ^^

We were the three people at the back seat. I wish I knew where they
stationed their cameras..aigoo. I couldn't remember how I posed
myself...hahaha..You could get this picture printed for memory.

We missed the first parade so had to wait about 3 hours for another
one. Make sure you get the schedule of events for the day, before
you start enjoying your games/or rides. So, you won't miss the parade
or performances like us!

They showered the audiences with fake snow and invited everybody
to join the fun!

One hot kitty!

Trying out the cup ride where the YongSo couple from We
Got Married variety show had their first date.

Many people queue up for this too.

Eating some snack. Cookies with custard filling and churros-the 
longer one. 

Churros and the custard cookies.

Churros, sometimes referred to as a Spanish doughnut, are fried-dough pastry-based snacks, sometimes made from potato dough, that originated in Spain. They are also popular in Latin AmericaFrancePortugalMorocco, the United StatesAustralia, and Spanish-speaking Caribbean islands. There are two types of churros in Spain. One is thin (and usually knotted) and the other, especially popular in Madrid, is long and thick (porra). They both are normally eaten for breakfast dipped in hot chocolate. (Source: Wikipedia)

Almost like Disneyland..almost.

The three of us in the fish eyed mirror enjoying the swings.

Cute eh? I think autumn is the best time to come here. The weather
is cool and not so many visitors.

One peace of me! ^^

After that we headed towards the Lotte food court just next to Lotte
World and ate Dwenjang jjigae, nakkji bokkeum and this very 
delicious fish that I couldn't remember the name.

Tut enjoying her nakkji bokkeum - squid cooked in spicy sauce
just like sambal sotong in Malaysia.

Our spread..yummy.

Check out Lotte World - Part 1 for the details of Lotte World.

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SD said…
akak kami nak pergi korea la tapi risau tak boleh survive kat sana...kita chat nak tak kak....saya dah baca pasal budget 7 hari yang post akak buat tue....jom kita email kak....
Zarina BT2K said…
Hi SD,
Boleh..tapi akak jarang chat. SD bolem email akak kat ^^
Uji said…
Is the food you're eating in Lotte World food court halal? or they just put "pork free"?
Zarina BT2K said…
Hi Uji,

It is not Lotte World food court but Lotte Mart food court. There's no halal or pork free sign but we bought from the shop serving seafood/vegetarian.