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Tis the Season of Patbingsu 팥빙수 | Street Eats Korea

Back in Korea for the summer, I passed a neighborhood Paris Baguette and da-ding! I realized I was back just in time for patbingsu (밭빈수) season! Yowza!…

August 28, 2011 18
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Petra Palace Seoul: Falafels in Korea!

Some things are meant to be. Like second chances. They come around, staring you in the eye, even when you don’t know they exist.

On my last walkabout in Seoul, I found a restaurant– Petra Palace– that made falafels amongst other mediterranean dishes, but my experience was not so great. The falafels lacked character, flavor and spice. When I take a bite of a falafel, I want to inhale the Middle East!

April 11, 2011 1
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Are there Apple stores in Korea ?

Attention all Mac and Apple fans, you can get your Apple fix in Korea too!

When I first arrived to Korea and realized I needed a converter plug for my Apple Powerbook, I was given an apologetic look and an explanation that there weren’t many Apple stores here. I was told there was one store in Seoul called Frisbee.
there are more stores than I was led to believe… Korea has two certified Apple Reseller stores– Frisbee and a# .

March 14, 2011 11
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Life in Korea | Inside my apartment in Korea

So after having whimpered early off about my introduction to my apartment and Daegu, I’ve been reluctant to show you my free English teacher’s apartment….

March 4, 2011 11
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My Korean neighborhood: How to make a “Home” away from home

Do you find you often take your city for granted? I know I do.

I took Daegu for granted, wishing I lived in a more exciting city like Seoul. But one of the things I’ve found a deep love for, which Seoul could never replace, is my happy neighborhood of Singi-dong!

I’ve loved living in the suburbs, where life is slower and steeped with character.

But if you remember my first GRRRL whimper, I went into culture shock!

February 28, 2011 7
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Korean school goodbye parties

The Korean public school system regulates that it’s teachers and principals change schools every five years. This year, six of our teachers were leaving (as well as my principal, whom I really love). This past Wednesday, my school had a going away dinner for the teachers in our school.

February 27, 2011 1
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6 Western-friendly stores in Korea

Korea has one-stop shopping giants, similar to Target and Kmart…
with one major difference– Korea knows how to make shopping an experience!

February 24, 2011 11
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4 Essential iPhone Apps for Korea

Here are four great iPod and iPhone apps to get if you’re in or traveling around korea.

February 10, 2011 28
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Review: Mountain Top Restaurant brings Indian food in Seoul

Shahrukh khan.

He was the first person that greeted me when I walked through the door of our Indian restaurant. I let out a partial shriek…

February 1, 2011 3
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