A personal perspective of the protest against the President in Gwangju, South Korea’s most democratic and liberal region
South Korea’s Gangnam is more than a Kpop song and high-end shopping – here are some other things you can do in this modern part of Seoul.
Planning your leave days in 2017? Here’s a guide on how to maximise your time and where you can go around Asia.
Wonder what it’s like to live in traditional Korean housing? Here’s a review of my Hanok experience
Gearing up for winter in South Korea and checking out the Gangwon region during ski season
Searching for street art in Seoul – I explored Ihwa Mural Village, Mullae, Apgujeong Graffiti Tunnel and Hongdae
Round up 2015 takes a look back at a hectic year and the surprising amount of travel I managed to do with just 18 days of leave
Besides recounting my own travels and posting my travel inspirations here on The Occasional Traveller, I do a bit of writing here and there on the side, and one of the newer sites I’m a contributing writer to is Epicure & Culture, run by the lovely Jessie from Jessie on a Journey who is currently my blog mentor and puts up with all my stupid questions and terrible time management… much love! Here’s the first post that I wrote for E&C – it’s based on my journals about South Korean food from my very first solo trip, aka the Seoul …
INJE-GUN, SOUTH KOREA – Trixia of Green Sea Blue is inspired by this memory of her first trip white water rafting.
Here’s the story of how I made a friend on my first solo trip overseas