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”

Happy belated birthday, Buddha! 서울에서는 석가탕신일

On a lukewarm Friday evening in May, I summoned enough brain and leg power to wander beyond my daily work route of train station to work, work back to train station, and went to Bongeunsa Temple. This miraculous venture just so happened to be around the time of Buddha’s sweet sixteen, so there were lanterns,Continue reading “Happy belated birthday, Buddha! 서울에서는 석가탕신일”

How To: Solo in Seoul

If you’re reading this and are planning a solo trip to Seoul (a Seoulo trip) within the next 14 years, then come and have a sit and let’s look at your potential sightseeing opportunities. This post is more of a nice summary of my visit to Seoul and less of a helpful how-to guide. However,Continue reading “How To: Solo in Seoul”

DDP, Dongdaemun, Seoul

This blog post is sponsored by this gorgeous sunset view from my apartment. Without this sponsorship, who knows when I would have found the time to write this!? I’ve spent the last week in a cosy little studio apartment overlooking the Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP). I held off from visiting the plaza until this glorious,Continue reading “DDP, Dongdaemun, Seoul”

Alone in Seoul – Night Time Edition

I came across Seoul’s answer to the NYC High Line whilst wandering through the Seoul Station area at night. This area has a very different feel to it, the area around the train station in particular. I felt slightly unsafe for the first time since being in Korea and was convinced that at least 4Continue reading “Alone in Seoul – Night Time Edition”

Exploring the Myeongdong Shopping Streets in Seoul

Let’s do a recap of the day where I ordered enough fried chicken to feed a small family and took creepy photos on the subway in Seoul. I’ve been having a minor breakdown in Seoul and I’ve realised that six weeks of Korean lessons prior to arriving here was in fact, not enough. Seoul alsoContinue reading “Exploring the Myeongdong Shopping Streets in Seoul”

Myeongdong

Let’s do a recap of the day where I ordered enough fried chicken to feed a small family and took creepy photos on the subway in Seoul. I’ve been having a minor breakdown in Seoul and I’ve realised that six weeks of Korean lessons prior to arriving here was in fact, not enough. Seoul alsoContinue reading “Myeongdong”