Welcome to Namusairo! A cafe that introduces to many the different sides and charms of coffee, and shows what “quality coffee” really means.Read More
I recently had the chance to interview Mrs. Leesle Hwang, a talented designer who has created a new path for hanbok. She aims to make fashionable yet wearable hanbok by adding modern elements to her designs.
Here are some of her thoughts!
Get all the information you’ll need about when to visit Seoul, how to get around the city, exchanging currency, useful apps, and more for your month stay in Seoul.Read More
Seoul is made up 25 districts (gu). At the heart and center of Seoul, you will find the Jongno District (종로구). So, there’s no better place to start our “1 Day Seoul itinerary” series than by focusing on this district.Read More
Welcome to Onion! A beautiful coffee shop that blends the traditional with the modern, provides soul-warming drinks, and gives you so many pastries to choose from that you won’t know what to do with yourself.Read More
The best part of moving or visiting a new country is going out and exploring. Here are a few of the places I stumbled across on my explorations in Seoul.Read More
Seoul has so many great things to offer – so where do you start? Here are the 5 places that I most highly recommend when you visit on your next trip!Read More
Whenever you go to a new country, there will always be interesting things that you begin notice that differ from your native country. This was the case when I traveled to Seoul – there were some things that I noticed about it that were different from what I was used to experiencing in Canada.Read More
Yongsan, a part of Seoul mostly untouched by tourists. Explore Yongsan and find the little coffee shops and walk down its hidden street.Read More
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…Read More