A Visit to The North Korean Border and DMZ in Paju About a week ago I got a message from one of my Korean friends in Seoul asking if I wanted to come on a little road trip to Paju. Paju is a small city north of Seoul that seems to be famous for having … More North Korean Border and DMZ in Paju
It starting to see like every time I go to Seoul anticipating a relaxing weekend just hanging out friends, I end up packing roughly 1 million things into one day and practically walking across the entire city. Yesterday was no exception. And just to clarify, I’m definitely not complaining. I’m really grateful to my friends who … More Seoul for the Day: D Museum “Youth” and Itaewon
Here’s a video of my weekend in Seoul! In the video are clips from the cherry blossom festival I went to, Bongeunsa Temple, a dog cafe in Ilsan and a few other little random bits. Please enjoy!
I visited 봉은사 last time I was in Korea. (If you want to read about that trip you can click here.) But being here in the spring time was completely different. Right now there are lanterns up for, I believe, Buddha’s birthday. And the combination of the cherry blossoms and the lanterns and the beautiful old … More 봉은사 Temple in the Spring
영등포 여의도 봄꽃축제 Showing up somewhere on basically a whim can go pretty much one of two ways. It can either end up being amazing, or it’s a total bust. Luckily for me my weekend turned out to be the former. I decided Friday afternoon to go to Seoul for the weekend … More Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival
Yesterday I decided that it was high time I dusted off my poor camera who has been waiting patiently to be used since I moved to this city. I realized that I hadn’t used it once since I’d been in Korea and so Saturday became, “get some good pictures of this city” day. Which turned into a … More In Search of Cherry Blossoms
전주한옥마을 Today was the “Field Trip” day of orientation. (Yes it was actually called a field trip. We are all adults with at least a bachelor’s degree, and we now have a curfew. Everyone feels like they’re at summer camp. And are kind of ready to leave.) That’s a bit harsh I suppose. We have all … More Jeonju Hanok Village