An anecdote of my experience ordering and eating Korean food in Seoul without being able to speak a lick of Korean. First posted on Epicure & Culture.
Here’s the story of how I made a friend on my first solo trip overseas
Beauty lovers will adore the sheer variety of products available in South Korea – here are some tips for a first timer on what to expect when shopping for beauty products in Seoul.
I’m not a foodie and don’t go out of my way for food on my travels, but a lot of my memories of my first solo trip in Seoul were linked to the food I ate there.
Nestled between Seoul’s palaces of Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung is an exercise in contrast – the modern hipster Samcheongdong and the old world charm of Bukchon Hanok.
The old Seoul monarch King Sejong sits regally upon his throne at Gwanghwamun Square, near the entrance of Gyeongbokgung and the mouth of the Cheonggyecheon.
When you’ve had enough of the grand Joseon dynasty palaces, head to Jogyesa and Jongmyo to see a different side of Seoul
The Seoul Sojourn continues in the hip university towns of Ewha and Hongdae, with affordable shopping for the student budget and lots of cool places to check out!
In the midst of Seoul, the Cheonggyecheon is a much needed breather and quiet space to relax and escape from busy city life, just for a little bit
I watched two of South Korea’s most popular comedy-musicals – Nanta and Jump – transcend language barriers, have fun interactive moments and are laugh-out-loud funny. Read on for reviews of both shows.