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    Sharing the passion for Korea
    August 8, 2014, No comments

    It ‘s almost one week ago since I got back from an other exciting trip to Korea with some of my Hapkido students. After my first trip to Korea in 1994, I couldn’t imagine that this country would have this great…

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    Suncheon: A Rural Escape Like No Other
    August 7, 2014, No comments

    Visiting Suncheon wasn’t really part of my trip. One of my Korean friends sent me a Kakaotalk message and asked if I have made plans already in my upcoming travel to Korea. I was planning to just stay in Seoul …

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    Evening at Omokdae Pavilion in Jeonju
    August 6, 2014, No comments

    Vera Lee takes you on to an ‘comic’ adventure to Omokdae Pavilion located in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do Province. Please click the images for larger and clearer photos… Related Video: …

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    Date Ideas for Seoul
    August 1, 2014, No comments

    Coming to Seoul with a significant other? Check out some of these fantastic, slightly more romantic scenes around Seoul. If you’ve done all the tourist sites, if you’ve already locked your padlock at Namsan…

  • Jeju, Korea: Sanbang Grotto
    Legends & Grottos
    July 31, 2014, No comments

    This mountain was the peak of Mt. Halla before it was broken off and thrown to this spot in the southwest part of Jeju island, at least that’s one of the legends that surrounds the Sanbang mountain (산방산) and the …

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    A summer semester at Sungkyunkwan University
    July 31, 2014, No comments

    As Korea’s many universities continue to globalise, international students and professors are visiting Korea for short-term semester-break programs. Pretty well any university in Korea that you can name…

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    Boryeong Mud Festival’s Xtreme Challenge
    July 30, 2014, No comments

    The Boryeong Mud Festival is underway right now, and right in the thick (mud) of it, revelers and mud-lovers must have bathed themselves with the therapeutic Boryeong mud from face….to feet! But do you know that…