After a stop at McDonald's for dinner, that is. Behold our Happy Meals and The Peanuts Movie toys!
The crowds were enormous! Many of the market-goers were young families or small groups of teenagers; the area flooded with as many colourful lights as eager participants of the zero-admission event.
Lining the perimeter of the area were also several vendor booths, offering up locally-produced lip products, homemade jams, furs, and more.
A snake-like lineup coiled and twisted within the insides of the small shop - quite the indicator of the tea shop's popularity. Undeterred, we joined the lineup, which brought us to the cashier after a mere fifteen-minute wait.
Marching towards City Hall, several colourfully-decorated trees came into view, along with their lofty, equally ornate main feature - the Christmas tree.
Ultimately, my camera ran out of battery and refused to function for long exposure shots, leading to our prompt return to the car.
We were now homebound, with our now-lukewarm T by Daniel's cups in hand and K-Pop softly playing in the background.