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A Guide to Korean jjimjilbangs 찜질방 | Bathhouses in Korea

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 […]

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Photo Essay: Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul

Hanok houses are absolutely sublime. It’s a shame that Koreans are replacing them with bland high-rise apartments. However, there are places where you can stroll through the walled mazes and see them well-preserved …

April 21, 2011 8
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Love Letter #5: Until…

Dear Love,

By the time you read this letter I will have left…

March 2, 2011 1
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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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5 Ways to Trust Yourself as a Traveler (2010 Expat Review)

All artists have a vision of their creation before putting chisel to stone or paintbrush to canvas. At times, the vision is complete; other times, it’s a vague vision with a powerful calling to step into your dream and trust.

Rounding up 2010
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step”
– Lao Tzu

January 6, 2011 4
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Dec GRRR!: No Home for the Holidays and Vacation Plans

Last week’s forecast spelled snowfall for Korea. Snowfall was brief and light, but it’s looking very possible that Korea could have a white Christmas this year. If so, I’ll be airmailing wintry kisses to everyone this holiday season.

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White Sheets Review: “PJ Hotel: Seoul ’boutique’ with urban chic!”

When you think of staying in an international city like Seoul, there are few hotels you think you’ll get for under $100/night and if you do, people might caution you to it being a love motel. So when my sister found a deal on Orbitz and booked my family into a hotel which didn’t have a website, for $83/night, I had all the reason to be a little reluctant. The good news is this– remarkable gems in cities like Seoul, doesn’t always have to come with remarkably high price tags and you don’t have to be a king in order to stay in a palace!

June 29, 2010 10

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