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A Quick Visit to Sokcho Beach

Sokcho is a city in Gangwon-do province, situated about 2 hours from Seoul. One of its most prominent roles is to become a “bridging” city to the famous Seoraksan National Park. When we booked the bus ticket to Seoraksan National Park at Seoul Station, the man behind the counter immediately

Budget and Tips to Explore Jeju Island by Public Bus

Three years ago, we completed our journey to the east side of Jeju by public bus, using the East Course tour package by Yeha Tour as a reference. There are 6 places of interest, when lunch is excluded from the list, as mentioned in the brochure below (check the image below, on the

Exploring East Jeju Island by Public Bus

When we arrived in  Jeju City, we just realized that all the main attractions shown beautifully on Google Images are not simply around the corner. Although Jeju City is the capital city of Jeju Island, the truth is that many of them are situated about an hour or more from the city. Final Verdict:

Culture Shock: Public Spitting in Korea

I left my heart in Seoul. The people are friendly and helpful. The food is great. The shopping experience is beyond expectation; a lot of good quality stuffs in relatively affordable price and they don’t cheat on customers. Nonetheless, one thing bothers me. One thing never shown in K-Pop clips and K-dramas.

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