Vlog #18: A one day adventure to all my favourite places in Busan! All thanks to the Korea Tourism Organization and Imagine Your Korea.
Here’s my suggested itinerary for a one day visit to Busan. It’s a collection of my favorite places, and a slow-paced introduction to the city for my partner, who was in Busan for the first time.
Here’s my three day itinerary of my trip to Jeonju and the Jeonju Hanok Village. It’s just the right amount of time to soak in the vibes of this slow-paced village, and visit all the top sights!
Vlog #17: Part 2 of 2 of my vlog in Jeonju and its Hanok Village — and I also visited the Naejangsan National Park to see its gorgeous autumn foliage. All thanks to the Korea Tourism Organization and Imagine Your Korea.
Vlog #16: I had the time of my life in the beautiful Jeonju and its Hanok Village — all thanks to the Korea Tourism Organization and Imagine Your Korea. Here’s part 1 of my 2 part vlog on my fun trip!
Vlog #15: A vlog on my autumn weekend in South Korea’s seaside town of Yeosu — all thanks to the Korea Tourism Organization and Imagine Your Korea.
Happy 5 years to the blog! It’s been a wonderful 5 years of sharing and traveling — and here’s my yearly travel reflections and favourite moments of the year.
My experience witnessing the most beautiful autumn foliage at one of the most popular places to see it in South Korea — the Naejangsan National Park.
Jeonju and the Jeonju Hanok Village was so beautiful — it was so easy to fall in love! Here’s my top 10 list of things to do when visiting the city.
In the food capital of South Korea — all you need to do is eat. And eat we did, alright! Here’s my top 10 favourite food and places to eat in the city.
A lovely autumn’s weekend in the city of Yeosu — visiting beaches, parks, local sights, and having one of the best South Korean meals… raw crabs!
And the blog is now 4 years old! Here’s the list of my 12 months of adventures in 2018 — a resolution I made at the end of 2017 to experience a new adventure every month.
Seoul is a city that never sleeps, as there is just so many things to do around this capital city of South Korea. It’s really hard to put all my favorite things to do into a list — but I’ve decided to compile one anyway. So here’s my top 10 (and 5 more) things to do when you visit the city!
A short video of the fun time I had studying the Korean Language in South Korea with Lexis Korea. I spent two weeks in the city — first week in Busan and second week in Seoul.
I’ll never forget the 2 weeks I spent learning the Korean language in South Korea. Lexis Korea provided me an opportunity to immerse in the Korean culture while exploring the country.
My second week in South Korea learning the Korean language with Lexis Korea — and I chose to be in the capital city of Seoul.