Discovering Yongsan

Yongsan, a part of Seoul mostly untouched by tourists. Explore Yongsan and find the little coffee shops and walk down its hidden street.

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You had me sold at “Ugly, but tasty riceballs”

One thing I love about going to a country where English isn’t the first language is seeing the different things written in English that either A) don’t make any sense B) make sense, but probably should be written in a different way Although I saw quite a lot of this in Korea (and it made my…

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[Cheonggyecheon] Aka. The Unicorn Horn Stream

Many years ago, the Cheonggyecheon Stream existed as a neglected waterway that was hidden by an overpass. Thankfully, it was restored in 2005 and was a gem to visit during my trip to Korea. A unique touch At the beginning of the Cheonggyecheon Stream, in Cheonggye Plaza, you’ll come across a unicorn horn… or a party hat?……

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Gwangjang Market = Bibimbap heaven

Gwangjang Market is a traveler’s dream: there’s amazing food, a bustling atmosphere, and a whole array of stores to explore!

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Happy food journey (Seoul Edition)

I had 10 days in Seoul to eat as many types of food as I possibly could – and I had the best food imaginable! Bibimbap, mandu, bingsu, and so much more!

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[Changdeokgung Palace] Stepping Back in Time

Visiting Changdeokgung Palace and taking in its gardens and structures, experiencing its atmosphere, and seeing people dressed in Hanbok will makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

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Exploring Namdaemun Market

Have you ever been to Namdaemun Market (남대문시장) before? It is located in the very center of Seoul and is the largest traditional market in Korea!

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[Namsan Tower] Reaching the tip of Seoul

Standing 237m atop of Namsan Mountain, N Seoul Tower, also known as Namsan Tower, is a must see when you’re visiting Seoul.

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