Travel Survival Tips for Korea: Navigating Korean Culture Continuing from my last video post about Travel Essentials for Seoul, I thought I’d share five more travel essentials for Korea! This segment, I’ll be focusing on navigating Korean culture.
Travel Essentials for Seoul (Part 1 of 2) Getting ready to travel to Seoul? Seoul , South Korea. It’s the home of Korean drama, K-pop, theme cafes and a lot of cool technology. Here’s some essential travel tips to make your trip to Seoul a breeze!
Medical Tourism Thailand: Going to a hospital in Chiang Mai I haven’t been on social media this week, because I got sick.. and then I went to the hospital in Chiang Mai… Aah, part of the fun reality of travel. This was my inspiration for sharing my experience in medical tourism in Thailand. When I […]
. Knowing the important alphabets can be integral in understanding beauty terms in Korea. In fact, for some reason, many physical profiles reduced to an alphabet code. There’s “S-lines, V-lines, B-lines, M-lines, X-lines, D-lines, O-lines, etc…”.
Watch the video: 찜질방 A Quick guide to Korean Jjimjilbangs | Korean Bath house & Sauna If you can’t view it here, go to :https://youtu.be/nNdt0BDSdOs . If you’ve followed any of my adventures while I was living in Korea, you’ll know that I love jjimjilbangs (aka bathhouses in Korea)! The reason is that Koreans know how […]
Every country has spots that feel like best kept secrets. Perhaps it’s fallen out of sight due to larger and more popular tourist sites, its countrymen have overlooked it or it’s just never called attention to itself. Today’s guest post comes from Julio Moreno, a travel blogger and Korea expat, who is obsessed with visiting and rating UNESCO sites. He’ll […]
If you know me by know, you know travel stirs in me, a strange preoccupation for toilets… Suwon city is known for having some of Korea’s ancient and historical sites, but did you know that it also has a reputation for having some of the cleanest toilets in Korea? Who knew?
So this is a late entry by far. I’ve written a post on my apartment but for a while, I’ve held onto old footage of the day I arrived at my apartment in Daegu. The footage nagged at me throughout the years. In some ways, it even haunted.
Watch more videos on Teaching in Korea here . Teaching overseas takes courage. It’s not easy to take a blind leap to teach in a country you know little about, without out knowing factors of how or where you’ll live or what the work environment will be like. With any country and no matter how […]