The event had people selling knick-knacks and Christmas goodies, along with street music and people dressed up in costumes.
Lot's of handicrafts for sale.
Somebody with their big dogs.
People in "Victorian" costume.
This gingerbread booth smelled amazing, but once you got to it you realized they didn't have much gingerbread cookies left.
There was one person selling carved bears.
A street performer~
Some lovely architecture.
More costumed folk~
Then I went down the hill a little bit and explored a side street.
I spotted Santa Claus, who ended up being kind of camera shy.
I looked around the other streets and tried to see if there was anything worth buying for presents, but nothing struck my fancy.
The event will happen a few more times before Christmas so maybe I will find something to wrap up for someone. Overall, it was fun to get out there and do something. For the most part I was feeling a bit shocked at being around so many white people. But then I remembered that I am one of them too, and then I missed Korea. haha