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PEOPLE THUMB 2
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August 27, 2013

Over the past three weeks, I’ve been sharing my experiences in Korea based on the suggestions you made in June. We’ve focused on sights, food, and life in previous posts, but now, in this final installment, it’s…

LIFE THUMB 2

My Korea, Your Words – Life

August 20, 2013, No comments

This month, I’ve been sharing my Korea, as inspired by your comments and suggestions. In this third installment, I focus on everyday life. The words ...

FOOD THUMB2

My Korea, Your Words: Food

August 13, 2013, 1 Comment

Napoleon Bonaparte is quoted as saying, “An army moves on its stomach.” The same could be said for my travels throughout Korea. While many will sa ...

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My Korea, Your Words: Sights

August 6, 2013, No comments

In June, I asked readers and viewers, “What does South Korea mean to you?” The responses flowed in through the comment sections on blogs, Facebook ...

  • CHEOM THUMB
    Cheomseongdae: Gyeongju’s Ancient Observatory
    June 25, 2013, No comments

    June is coming to a close and with it The Korea Blog’s series on Gyeongju. This month we’ve visited some pretty amazing places in the “museum without walls” and we’re rounding the series out with one of my personal…

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    Explore Gyeongju’s Royal Tombs
    June 18, 2013, 1 Comment

    After finding our inner peace at Bulguksa and hiking the trails of Namsan, it’s time to turn our attention back to Gyeongju proper and explore one of its attractions. When visiting this coastal town, it won’t…

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    Hiking Gyeongju’s Namsan
    June 11, 2013, No comments

    This month on The Korea Blog, I’m exploring the ancient Silla capital of Korea: Gyeongju. Last week, I stepped inside Bulguksa and the Seokguram Grotto, two of the city’s most famous attractions; however, some …

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    Exploring Gyeongju: Bulguksa
    June 4, 2013, No comments

    Since first arriving to Korea in 2008, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to travel to every corner of the peninsula and Jeju. This month on the The Korea Blog, I’m venturing down to the southeastern coastal city…