For 30,000 won (roughly $28-29) I got a personalized stamp made with my name in Korean along with a cute yellow case. Basically, you choose a stamp design that you like and they will put what you want on it. Koreans use these stamps as their signatures sometimes on official documents. I just wanted to have one for letters and stationery.
One of the booths in the spiral mall was selling handcrafted makkeoli (a Korean-style rice wine) and making strawberry makkeoli smoothies. Of course we had to try it. It made for a very fun rest of the day! I was thrilled when my friend, Sharon, helped me find a knitting shop. It was pretty pricey but I went ahead and bought some yarn and knitting needles. It’s time to get my knitting on in Korea!