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  • Christmas in Seoul City

    It’s Christmas season. Unlike most Western countries, Christmas in Korea is mainly for young lovers. It is considered to be the most romantic day of the year (yeah it is almost like Valentine’s Day). I know, it is quite strange but I am not really sure why Christmas has become a day for lovers. However, nowadays more and more […]

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  • Seochon Hanok Village

    I do love May in Korea. It is one of the best months to travel around Seoul. Sun is shining with a nice cool breeze, flowers are in full bloom, and there are lots of festivals around the city. It is also the best time to stroll around old parts of Seoul. There are a few Hanok Villages in […]

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  • Winter in Seoul

    Visiting Seoul in winter? I know. Traveling in winter can be tough. When it is cold, I just want to stay indoors and do not really want to adventure. I definitely prefer visiting a new place in warmer seasons. But, sometimes I go on a trip in cold seasons. Likewise, you might want to experience winter in […]

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  • Foodie Paradise, Gwangjang Market.

    Gwangjang Market is Korean traditional market over 100 year old history. The market is famous for its street food stalls and fabric market selling traditional Korean attire, hanbok. When Cheonggyeochoen Stream opened, Gwangjang market became popular again due to its location, which is very close to the stream. Many young couples go on a date […]

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  • Winter trip to Jejudo

      Jejudo Jejudo (also known as Jeju) is the largest island of the Korean Peninsula. Another name of Jejudo is ‘Samdado’. It means that the island has three kind of large number things, wind, women and rocks. This windy island is also volcanic island, so it has a lot of volcanic rocks. You can see […]