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Tag: South Korea Things To Do

Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Village and Tongin Market in a Day

Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Village and Tongin Market in a Day

Out of the ample choices of palaces, hanbok villages, and traditional markets in Seoul, we shortlisted one of each “type” to visit. We covered them all in one day. Jump to your preferred attractions: Of Palaces in Seoul Gyeongbokgung Palace (Other attractions in and around […]

Travelogue: Guide to Jeju (South Korea), Oct 2018

Travelogue: Guide to Jeju (South Korea), Oct 2018

Ten years later, I was back at the beautiful island of Jeju. Yet, travelling with a girlfriend is vastly different from travelling with a husband and a 16-month-old toddler. I breath in the crisp air. It was turning autumn this time too. The autumn weather […]

What to Do in Jeju, South Korea? | 11 Places to Go

What to Do in Jeju, South Korea? | 11 Places to Go

In beautiful Jeju, there are many trails to hike and climb, sea breeze to feel against your face, and mountain top experience to revel in. The focus of our trip was nature and the pace was to go slow. Turns out, my itinerary was still […]

Guide to Driving in Jeju: Lotte Rent-A-Car and GPS phone numbers

Guide to Driving in Jeju: Lotte Rent-A-Car and GPS phone numbers

Jeju’s intercity bus system has improved since I was there ten years ago. Still, bus is not a convenient option. The waiting time for the bus is quite long and the bus stops are sparsely located around the island. With a toddler in tow, driving […]

3 Famous Waterfalls of Jeju with a Baby

3 Famous Waterfalls of Jeju with a Baby

Jeongbang Falls, Cheonjeyeon Falls, and Cheonjiyeon Falls are 3 famous waterfalls of Jeju island. They are located in Seogwipo, the southern part of the island. To find the exact locations, key in the following GPS phone numbers* into the GPS of your rented car or […]

Nami Island for Children

Nami Island for Children

This is my fourth and final post about Nami Island! Can’t believe I wrote so much about a tiny island. I wanted to specifically dedicate one post for children, because of how child friendly Nami Island is. It was designated the 14th UNICEF Child-Friendly Park […]

What to Eat at Nami Island, Seoul

What to Eat at Nami Island, Seoul

The rain poured the moment we stepped foot on Nami Island. Light drizzle was still fine for us, but the sky had other plans. We needed a shelter soon. We were hungry too – didn’t have breakfast. Without any research, we didn’t know what to […]

Overview: Things to Do in Nami Island, Autumn (Day trip from Seoul)

Overview: Things to Do in Nami Island, Autumn (Day trip from Seoul)

“You must go to Nami Island! It’s beautiful in Autumn,” my sister in law recommended. Snippets of memory came to mind. A pair of lovers walked down a frosty white lane and slow music played in the background. It must be magical walking down the […]

Gangchon Rail Bike Review (Autumn)

Gangchon Rail Bike Review (Autumn)

“Should we try out the rail bike?” I asked my husband, “It’s quite near to Nami Island.” “Yes, it looks like an interesting and unique experience. Let’s do it!” If only the decision process was that simple. What traversed between these two sentences were a […]

Nursing Rooms in Seoul and Jeju, Korea

Nursing Rooms in Seoul and Jeju, Korea

“Where can I feed my nursing toddler?” That was the question pressing on my heart before our trip to Seoul. Jeju is easy because I can just latch her in the car we rented for our 4D3N trip. I searched online and found very little […]

Perfume Making in Seoul, Korea [Sponsored by Trazy]

Perfume Making in Seoul, Korea [Sponsored by Trazy]

Eat Ginseng Chicken in Korea, yummy. Ride a rail bike, fun. Visit Nami Island, beautiful. Make your own perfume in Seoul, that’s exotic. Well, at least it’s not common among tourists to Seoul. I was looking through Trazy.com for things to do in Korea and this […]

Hair Salon in Seoul for Foreigners: English Speaking [Sponsored by Trazy]

Hair Salon in Seoul for Foreigners: English Speaking [Sponsored by Trazy]

When overseas, I like visiting hair salons to try out the local trends. Did it in Hong Kong but ended up with an epic fail boy’s cut. Also did it in Taiwan and cringed at the frizzy limp perm, and on hindsight I think the […]


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