No, these are not makeup brushes. Hehe. They're used for calligraphy. ;)
There were other shops along Insadong selling anything and everything under the sun.
Koreans are into soft ice cream and I have no idea why the cone looked like this. I shall officially name it as the penis ice cream, only in Insadong. It was a bit cold that day too, so we weren't able to try it.
Late lunch at the Insadong Geujip restaurant housed in an old hanok (Korean traditional house) and has been carefully renovated to preserve the house’s traditional feel.
The basic serving size is large enough to be shared by two.
They're a bit expensive compared to other Korean restaurants but at least the food tastes good. ;)
Before leaving, I bought a few pieces of those stainless steel Korean rice bowls. I think it's the perfect size for a "cup of rice".
If you're in a mood for a walkathon, Insadong is nearby Chyeonggyecheon Stream and Gyeongbokgung Palace. :)