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So you think you know Kimchi

Representing Korea Korean food is happening. It’s popping up everywhere and I believe it’s been a while. There are Korean-American, Korean European chefs...


Departing Procedure from Incheon International Airport

I took the all stop train at Seoul Station going to Incheon International Airport. Even if the travel time from the guesthouse to the airport was only about an hour, I...


What To Do in Seoul in Three Days

I arrived at Incheon International Airport at about 6:00 am, eight hours after departing from Singapore. The weather was good; I could feel a crisp, clear autumn day....

A Seoul-ful Moment

Moving to a new country is not an easy undertaking nor is it for the faint of heart. Uprooting and upheaval are part and parcel with any move, especially when the...

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Cafe Hue

I stumbled upon this cafe making my way out of the Bukchon Hanok Village area. Located in Samcheongdong,Seoul. It is a garden cafe surrounded by a beautiful views of...

Bukchon Hanok Village

먼 친척보다 가까운 이웃이 낫다. A close neighbour is better than a far off relative. -Korean Proverb I always love how tradition meets modernity whenever I...


시작이 반이다 (starting is half the task) -Korean Proverb We all know the rhyme “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream” right? I don’t know about...


Seoul burns

I went to Seoul as an exchange program, it was going to be just four months but I like it so much that I move heaven and earth to make it longer. So I stayed another...


Hongdae; Nightlife in Seoul

Before I arrived for my exchange year to South Korea I thought they lived a calm lifestyle. A bit conservative, perhaps. Those were my opinions about it but I was...


I ate a dog

With respect to my open-mindedness, I couldn’t decline a formal invite to eat Bosintang (dog stew). Amid my approach, the question of personal ethics arose. My thought...

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