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Seoul Insiders' Guide by Sinyoung Son - 1M ago

It has been a new trend to wear Hanbok for going out on a palace visit in Seoul. The traditional clothing is no longer for special occasions. In these days, even foreign visitors enjoy wearing Hanbok and take a photo in Gyeongbok Palace or Bukchon Hanok Village. It looks so lovely~   http://seoulinsidersguide.com/hanbok/ If you […]
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Seoul Insiders' Guide by Sinyoung Son - 3M ago

There are tons of styles of café in Seoul. You would have fun with visiting various cafés of Seoul such as themed cafés like a sheep café or a gallery café on the site where used to be an abandoned factory. Looking for a nice café is one of the pleasures of people who living […]
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For most visitors to Korea, Incheon International Airport might be the very first place and the very last place they experience in Korea. Incheon Airport has been ranked either the first or the second best airport worldwide since its official opening in 2001. I have been to many airports around the globe and I also […]
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Have you ever watched any Korean TV program? I don’t watch a lot of TV, but sometimes watching an entertainment TV show makes me laugh and feel at ease. It could be a fun way to learn Korean culture and language. I’d like to introduce some Korean TV Shows in this post. When you watch […]
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Are you a fan of Ryan? or Brown? Or do you have any idea who they are? Until very recently the most popular Korean souvenirs were traditional Korean masks, tea, folding fans or porcelain jars. However, things have been changed. Korea has seen a boom in the character market in recent years. This trend has […]
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Seoul Insiders' Guide by Sinyoung Son - 7M ago

There were not many cafes in Euljiro before, but now new cafes have been formed in their streets. Café 4F is one of the cafes, which feature the tone of Euljiro area. It is a four story building café, like its name. This small building is in the printer’s alley of Bangsan Market. Cafe 4F […]
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Seoul is the fourth largest metropolitan city in the world, with a population of about 9.8 million. When it comes to the metropolitan area, its population is even 25 million. Naturally, the vista of Seoul from above is phenomenal. There are a number of observation spots throughout the city including Seoul Sky and N SEOUL TOWER Observatory. They surely offer you spectacular views but they […]
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Seoul Insiders' Guide by Sinyoung Son - 8M ago

Euljiro had not very many café before, but now a new café has been formed in their street. Café 4F is one of the cafe, which features the tone of Euljiro area. It is a four story building café, like its name. This small building is in the printer’s alley of Bangsan market. Cafe 4F […]
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Is Seoul safe? I would say Seoul and the rest of Korea are quite safe overall. Crime rates are low and Korea has no recent history of terrorism. Although Korea is relatively a safe country to travel around, violent crimes do happen here. Especially if you are a female solo traveler, you need to be extra careful. […]
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Seokpajeong is a villa once occupied by Heungseon Daewongun, the father and regent of Emperor Gojong. I hadn’t known about this place until quite recently. Seokpajeong was used as an orphanage during the Korean War and then it has been privately owned. The current owner purchased Seokpajeong in 2005 and they restored the villa. After years of restoration, it was opened […]

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