Hi guys, welcome back! Today, let’s take a look around COEX, one of the places I go very often. It’s a perfect indoor place to walk around when the fine dust is raging! You don’t see many people before lunchtime. There are a movie theater, clothing shops, restaurants, aquarium, and Byeol-Madang Library. I used to come to Megabox (movie theater) Coex quite often but I go to Chungdam CGV these days. For your information, the parking fee at Coex is quite expensive. However, you can validate your parking at Megabox and pay 4,800 won for the first four hours. Let’s see what movies are out. Black Money is not released yet. Terminator, Man of Men, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Weathering With You, and Joker. That’s how you pronounce them in Korean. I barely shop in Coex. I usually just walk around. The only shop I go to in Coex is Zara. Taking pictures inside the shop is not allowed. I find it most annoying to try on clothes when I go shopping. I usually buy clothes that are on mannequins. I don’t mind trying on jackets. That’s why I buy clothes online. Because I don’t like trying on clothes. I buy clothes online based on customer’s reviews and the pictures of the model. When I eat alone, I usually go to Hong Dae Donburi in COEX. Wangfujing Maratang or Tteokbokki in the Hyundai Department store. When I’m with my family, I go to On the Border or Spain Club. They are both located in the city airport connected to Coex. I don’t go to Korean restaurants much because my family has a fusion taste. We go to a steakhouse instead of Korean bbq. When I was young, I was addicted to something. Addicted to what? Addicted to chocolates… So I used to buy chocolates from this shop. Koreans often mispronounce it as Godeeva, but its Godiva. I don’t like milk chocolates much. I only like dark chocolates. Just in case you want to give me Chocolate on Valentine’s day. Here comes the most stunning spot, Byeol-Madang Library in Coex. Before Byeol-Madang Library, let’s check out the YP bookstore. Nothing special, huh? Here comes Byeol-Madang Library. Ta-da! What do you think? ‘Byeol’, meaning star in Korean and ‘Madang’ meaning ground of one’s territory. Byeol-Madang Libary has spacious area of 2,000㎡ and consists of two-story tall bookshelves around 13m tall. It is packed with nearly 50,000 books and magazines. The library is totally free to all people and you are free to take a seat, grab any book and read. Since I am already in Coex, shall we go to the Hyundai Department Store which is connected underground? It’s not very crowded in the morning. The food court is also very empty in the morning. I walked to Coex today so I will be walking back after lunch. On the way, I will stop by this famous donut shop called, Mimigo. I will get a donut twist and corn dogs. I’m heading back home now. You don’t get to see my face today. Aren’t you happy to hear my voice? That’s it for the day. See you next time! Have a great day!