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TAKE 6 TRIPS CHALLENGE
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January 23, 2015

Sometimes we get caught up in all the reasons NOT to travel. We get lazy and demotivated, we feel constrained by money and time, and sometimes we only feel like we’re traveling if we hop on a plane and end up in a completely…

Living on the edge: this guy is either very brave or very foolish, if you ask me.

From Sokcho to Seoraksan: Part 2, The Mountain

December 29, 2014, No comments

Sokcho is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Korea, partially for it’s coastal attractions, but I’d venture to say, more for it’s c ...

The cafe and infinity pool at Sol Resort

From Sokcho to Seoraksan: Part 1, The Beach

December 23, 2014, No comments

Though I’ve been kicking around Seoul for the last 5 years or so, I’ve somehow never managed to make the mere 2.5 hour trip east to Seoraksan – ...

Lotte World Christmas Festival

10 Winter Festivals To Get Out of the House For!

December 5, 2014, No comments

Winter is quickly approaching. The breezes are becoming chillier and the fashionable light weather jackets are being swapped for parkas and snug coats ...

  • Just outside the walls of Tongdosa Temple (통도사)
    5 Reasons Why I Love Autumn in Korea
    November 5, 2014, No comments

    My Busan hyung told me to hop in the car with no idea where we were going. After nearly an hour, I found myself in the majestic temple of Tongdosa (통도사) near Yangsan City in Gyeongsangnam-do. Ever since then, I always…

  • autumn in seoul
    7 Places to be Dazzled by Fall Foliage in Korea
    October 22, 2014, No comments

    단풍 (Danpoong) – the Korean word for the changing of the leaves In September, the grey skies, choking humidity and stifling temperatures of summer finally surrender to cloudless, cobalt skies and crisp air. It’s…

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    King Sejong Monument – Yeouido Park
    October 9, 2014, No comments

    We are now in October which means Hangeul day is just around the corner. What is Hangeul day we hear you ask? Hangeul day, which falls on the 9th October every year, is a day where Hangeul (한글) the Korean alphabet is celebrated.…