A river flows through it: Han River Ferry Cruise

SEOUL; a city encapsulating so many faces, so many dreams within itself. A city, that truly never sleeps. A city of joy. A city of lights. A city that is both modern, yet traditional. A city so fast paced, crowded and advanced that nothing sells you short on that rush-y feeling. But there are times,

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Saturday evening at Pororo Park

Since my son attends kindergarten during weekdays, every weekend I am always in a dilemma where to go to have fun with my baby. This time we decided to Pororo Park, named after the famous Korean cartoon haracter Pororo. I knew from some local forums where it was described as a very good place to

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Love Land in Jeju Island

Tourists cannot hide  from what they’re going to see once they enter Love Land in Jeju Island. Love Land in Jeju City (South Korea) has been operating for 10 years, since 2004. There exhibiting more than 140 sex-related statues, attracting a great number of tourists to come every year. All images are meant to sexual

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Back To Nature: Life in Ulleung Island

Already sick of the city? Feeling exhausted from working so hard in the office for what seems like it might go on forever? Just go to Ulleung Island to feel cool breeze on the back of your neck,  the deep blue of sea water and shinning sunlight embracing this land totally like a sparkling pearl

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Having Fun at Seoul Zoo

It’s been ages for me to visit a zoo or safari park. The last time I was there is when I was 13 years old, Visiting a safari park with my school mates while on a school trip. During my last week in Seoul, my friend, Astrid insisted We go to the zoo because it

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Hongdae Free Market

Don’t be mistaken with the name of the market. They do not give out free stuff. In fact, it is a place where you can find a variety of hand-crafted goods by young artists. It is open from 1pm to 6pm on Saturdays starting from March to November. Though you won’t be getting any free

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A Small Korean town’s European affair: Gapyeong

Since my childhood days, I have been fascinated by European towns. Special thanks to ‘The Sound of Music’, that I have watched at least a 100 times. However, with current responsibilities, Europe was way off my chart. During research on outskirts of Seoul, I came to know of Gapyeong (a county near Seoul). From the images,

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A City of Culture – Insadong

Is there any place that comes to your mind when you think of Korean traditional culture & crafts? Yes? No? Probably you have heard about Insadong? As compared to Hongdae, which is a place for modern arts, fashion & night clubs, Insadong instead, is well known for its Korean traditional cultures and definitely not an

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