Posts Tagged ‘Seoul’
Seoul Must-Do #5: Visit Ehwa Women’s University!
When I was doing my research on Seoul, I came across many recommendations from various travelers to visit Ehwa Women’s University, simply because the campus is beautiful with (Read more...)
Travel posts are fun to write, but agonizing at the same time. It transports you back to the happy times when you are on a vacation, yet it magnifies the reality that you are actually back in daily routines. Definitely not easy to be back at work after more than a week away (including weekends & (Read more...)
Garosu-gils in Korea means “tree-lined streets” which is very common in Seoul, but Garosu-gil in Sinsa-dong is well known among both the locals as well as tourists for its beautiful promenade in the middle of the city, as well as providing an unique cultural tastes and art scenes.
Garosu-gil h (Read more...)
CoffeeSmith is a franchise brand in Korea and one of the most popular outlet is located at Garosugil. It offers a large beautiful interior with huge wall to create the industrial and open atmosphere. Filled with lots of couches, tables and chairs, it’s definitely a place that you would love to chil (Read more...)
Meh~ Meh~ If exploring a dog’s or cat’s cafe for you is too mainstream, how about visiting a sheep cafe instead? Yes, those white fluffy sheep that you count till you fell asleep on bed. Thanks Nature Cafe is located at the Hongdae district in Seoul, which got really popular after it’s been aired o (Read more...)
December holiday is coming soon and if you are looking for a place to experience winter, do consider Korea ;) Here’s sharing my winter trip to Korea this year in January (yes i know i’m abit slow haha) but still I think it’s not too late to share these with you guys here.
On my iti (Read more...)
Yup! W (Read more...)
There are tonnes of beauty stores in Seoul and after a while, it’s easy to skip them because you get a consumer fatigue just browsing at the numerous products.
I was strolling along Hongda (Read more...)
Believe it or not, this was my first visit to Korea and to sum up, it was a relaxed trip full of lovely blooms and greenery as well as delicious food.
Of course, I have to share some of my touristy photos… (Read more...)