Ice Skating at City Hall in Seoul, South Korea

Merry Christmas to the four people who consistently read my blog! I hope you had a great time with loved one(s) and reflected on the year we’ve just had. I have been absent on my blog due to visa struggles and moving house! All of our dilemmas have been solved and we are back toContinue reading “Ice Skating at City Hall in Seoul, South Korea”

Apgujeong’s Elite Keeping Korean Architects in Business

Apgujeong is one of Seoul’s more affluent neighbourhoods. There is no shortage of designer clothes, expensive schools and plastic surgeons. Today, I spent the morning walking around Apgujeong Rodeo Street (not to go shopping because I’m not a bajillionaire). Instead, I admired all of the amazing buildings in the area that house some of theContinue reading “Apgujeong’s Elite Keeping Korean Architects in Business”

9 Money-Saving Tips in South Korea

Let’s talk about MON-EY! This is something you may want to read if you are planning to move to South Korea or you are already here and want to know how to save a bit of money each month. If you’re here for any other reason, then welcome! Come along on this blog journey withContinue reading “9 Money-Saving Tips in South Korea”

The Colours (and smells) of Gwangjang Market, Seoul, South Korea

Yesterday morning, we popped open our umbrellas and hopped through puddles to get to Seoul’s ‘Jewelry City’. Yes, that is a real place in Seoul, and yes, we finally bought wedding rings as a proclamation of our love. We hadn’t planned on it, but Gwangjang Market was located right next to the city of jewels.Continue reading “The Colours (and smells) of Gwangjang Market, Seoul, South Korea”

Korean Cafe Vibes ft. eating an $8 Tart in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea

The cafe I went to today was called Urban Rabbit, located in Gangnam nearest to exit 11 on line 2 or Sinnonhyeon exit 5 on line 9. The tart wasn’t overly tasty but I was in a dessert mood. The tart cost 8,000 won (what the actual heck) and it was 90% whipped cream. TheContinue reading “Korean Cafe Vibes ft. eating an $8 Tart in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea”

Sunday Morning in Beijing or Seoul?

Here are some photographs from my Sunday morning in my neighbourhood. I loved waking up early, buying an okay-tasting coffee and walking around taking photographs. I later regretted buying the coffee because it’s not fun changing camera settings and fiddling around to pretend I know how to use a camera in the freezing cold withContinue reading “Sunday Morning in Beijing or Seoul?”

The Seoul of Melbourne

Over the next few months, I am aiming to photograph the presence of Korean culture in my home city, Melbourne! Bursts of Korea are scattered around Melbourne’s CBD and I thought it would be interesting for people who haven’t visited to see! I snapped only two different places today after my morning class at UniversityContinue reading “The Seoul of Melbourne”