Autumn in Korea: The Cats and the Giant Pumpkins

Hello, hello! Since everybody is still posting cute Halloween costumes and creepy, scary decorations, I'm gonna share my jack-...






Hello, hello!

Since everybody is still posting cute Halloween costumes and creepy, scary decorations, I'm gonna share my jack-o-lantern photos, too. Known to my FB and IG followers, I have a taste of chilly wind in Korea with my hubby and friends! In my attempt to write about it, here I am doing a series for the Halloween instead. Ugh! I promise, this one is the last and I'll move on to other interesting things to share. Haha! 


Meanwhile, here's an initial installment of my autumn in Korea with a Halloween twist because there's no better timing to share it with you than now.

Halloween is actually fun! I had some giant pumpkin photos and a taste of Halloween parade when we were in Everland on the 3rd day of our tour. There were a lot of funny stories behind it that I cannot really wrap it up around my head what I'd like to share to all of you and where to start. It seems like the sequential course of our Korean trip has been overtaken by my random picks. Well, here's my pahabol for the season and a glimpse of  #TheCatsinKorea - Everland tour! Not in the following photos is my hubby (and the rest of my 9 awesome friends) who's been very patience in taking lotsa pictures of me so I can use it in Wishingbelle. Thanks a bunch, honey!



The Halloween Parade that blocked us from crossing the road towards the right path. LOL!

Where do these giants came from? It surely made me tiny.

More of the Halloween decorations on the Four Season park at the heart of Everland.

Say hi to The Pats! These two lovebirds were just the ones we got a capture with on this giant pumpkins.

We were winding down the day at this point actually. Everland Resort is South Korea's largest theme park and has given us a lot of beautiful captures and stories to tell. More theme park photos to come soon and watch out for really nice photos from my other friends' cameras who were with me on this trip.

This post is in series of Autumn in Korea: The Cats Invasion, which I will update when available. When I get a better grip of my time, I will properly write about it. Promise!

Thanks mucho for dropping by!


All photos were captured by my J.




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