Jeonju’s Millenium Worth of History

Jeonju, the capital of North Jeolla Prefecture, is a popular weekend getaway for families, couples and singles, old and young, as it is comfortably located about 3 hours from both Seoul and Busan by bus. Most famed for its long history and wide-spread village of traditional Korean houses, the city is also known for outstanding

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Temple Stay in Korea

Have you ever heard about ‘ Temple Stay ‘ ? It’s basically staying at the temple, doing meditations, some Buddhist rituals, and also numbers of Korean cultural activities. But hey, for your information, ‘Temple Stay’ is one of the popular activities to do in Korea. I got a chance to spend days at the temple

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Trick Eye Museum in Hongdae

  Is it your first time traveling around Seoul ? Do you want to experience something new ? Well, of course, Seoul has a lot of things or places to be treasured. But it will be a really new experience for you living in the 3D World. 3D World ? Yeah, the places that I

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Hahoe Folk Village: A Hidden Gem

In Andong, a city about an hour from Busan, or three hours from Seoul; there is a traditional Korean village called Hahoe Folk Village (안동 하회마을), also known simply as “Hahoe Village”. It was originally established in the 16th century during the Joseon Dynasty, and to this day is a one-clan community. Today, the village

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CouchSurfing Korea

In order to explain CouchSurfing in Korea, we must first start off with explaining Couch Surfing.  This recent advent is a website that connects travelers, and those interested in traveling, all over the world. When in a new country or city, you can message residents for advice, meet up, or even to be hosted in their house. 

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Taebaek: The Lost Mountains

If I had to make an analogy to Taebaeksan’s lack of notoriety, I would compare it to Korea!  Korea happens to be in a bad place geographically.  Stuck between two eastern giants, Korea is often confused with Japan and China and generally not known very well by foreigners.  Although Taebaek would probably not get confused

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Boryeong Mud Festival

  The Boryeong Mud festival is, um, just that:  a festival with a lot of mud.  When I say a lot, I mean that there is enough to swim in and paint tens of thousands of people, literally!  This event takes place in the summer time and lasts for about 10 days.  Starting very recently,

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