One Country I Will Not Visit

If you know me in real life, you know I’m pretty unapologetically vocal about certain topics. Somewhere between my brain, conversations with friends, Facebook rants, and There She Goes Again, I filter a lot. Additionally, I try to keep a positive, calm vibe…

10 Quirky Things to Do in Seoul

If you’re looking for some of the more quirky things to do in Seoul, then this list is for you! Did you know Seoul was one of the must-visit cities in 2017? Both NatGeo and Lonely Planet named it in their 2017 lists.…

Meta Provence, Damyang: A Little French Inspired Village in Korea

Visiting Meta Provence Village is one of the top things to do in Damyang! Here’s a little look into what it is exactly. It doesn’t take long to notice, but Korea has a bit of an obsession with France. Every…

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Hike Seoraksan, One of Korea’s Tallest Mountains

Okay, full disclosure I didn’t actually hike Seoraksan (or Mt. Seorak) in Gangwondo. I was on a field trip with my education office, and we naturally took the cable car up to the top instead. Facebook memories reminded me about our…

A Storybook Escape from Seoul

One aspect of Korean culture that absolutely charmed me was the way it celebrates its European influences. There’s something undeniably cute about their approach to things like Paris or the “Little Prince.” In my two years, I thoroughly enjoyed spending weekends…

Seoul Mansion Review, A Lovely Guesthouse in Busy Hongdae

I’ve been wanting to stay in Seoul Mansion for a little while now. When I realized it was in Hongdae and close to a subway stop, I knew I had to stay there for my last night in Korea. This…