All posts tagged Hot spots

Hot spots

  • SAM_7394
    Gongju’s best Galbi
    November 1, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by Daria Esaulova, one of the Korea Blog’s Worldwide Korea Bloggers. We arrived to Gongju to visit the Tombs of King Muryeong and try Gongju galbi (Chungcheong-do is famous for this~) The service…

  • themandus
    Korea’s punks prepare for World Domination
    October 12, 2011, No comments

    While Korean pop culture is spreading around the world like wildfire, less mainstream endeavours are left to their own devices. Despite this, Korean independent music has garnered an impressive response through …

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    Seoul Culture Station 284
    September 28, 2011, No comments

    Seoul is a sprawling city. Not only does the city center boast some 10 million citizens, but the satellite cities in the metro area boost that number to almost 25 million in the blink of an eye. As real estate became scarce,…

  • t and splash
    Everland
    September 16, 2011, No comments

    I grew up in Southern California during the 1970s. It was a great time and my favorite summertime memories always included visits to Disneyland. The theme park is one of the oldest in America and brought together people…

  • Lotte Main Dept. Store in Sogong-dong
    The major Korean department stores
    July 8, 2011, No comments

    “A place with a hundred riches” is the literal translation for the Korean word for department store, baekhwajeom (백화점). Like its name, the main attraction of department stores is the one-stop shopping opportunity,…

  • Be the weatherman
    A Visit to MBC Headquarters in Jeongbalsan
    May 26, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by Jennie Griffin, one of the Korea Blog’s Worldwide Korea Bloggers. MBC is one of the big TV broadcasting companies in Korea. The company has headquarters in Yeoido and Jeongbalsan. We walked…

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    Hidden shopping path in central Seoul
    May 23, 2011, 1 Comment

    Are you planning to come to Seoul during a rainy season? Are you already in Seoul and tired of shopping in crowded areas where you can barely move forward? Here is what you can do. It’s very simple and very easy. Take subway…