[Raw meat / offals photos ahead] Going to markets and random places that few tourists will go seem to be my favorite activity in Seoul. Located within walking vicinity of Majang Station, the meat market is worth a visit. That is if you love meat, the uncooked version. Right in your face. I smartly chose
While many in Seoul probably have weekend plans, I have nothing much in mind. I can’t believe I’m having a breakout in Korea D: Must be the high stress and the Singapore-like humidity these days. This post is going to be full of rubbish. You can stop reading right now. Don’t feel like going outside.
Even for someone who loves Korea THIS MUCH, I am beginning to see how it’s not really easy for me to settle in this country. I’m actually feeling stressed out about certain issues these days, which explains my lack of posts and refusal to go out and meet anyone. Sometimes, I really wonder if I
And so.. tomorrow will be the last day of my 2 month internship! D: I swear time flies faster in Seoul! Just a few months ago, I would have never imagined doing an internship here (in my favorite country). I have been reading a blog where the lady who runs it loves Japan and Japanese
Coming from a country where parks are scarce and not frequently used, Korea is a paradise to be in. I love how there is a culture of taking walks in parks, picnics, dates etc. I’ve been to several parks in Seoul and I must say that my favorite places are the Olympic Park and Hangang
Sometimes I scroll through my photo album and look for blogging inspiration. But I’ve been lazy about shooting and all I see is food, food and more food photos which is an awesome thing. In my point of view This is not going to turn into a food blog and the 길치 in me can
Dilemma of a blogger. It’s perfect 21 degree cel weather outside right now, and I’m torn between sparing some free time to blog or to go out and enjoy the weather. I would love to be outside, but from a reader’s point of view, I’ll love it if the blogger updates often. ㅋㅋ Anyway I’ll
A week back or so, I visited two of Korea’s traditional markets on a weekend and there were very different from each other. I haven’t had a chance to visit markets (besides Noryangjin) and I was expecting something along the lines of those markets you see in Korean dramas. But it was a different experience.