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In the historical drama Jewel in the Palace (episode 51) (set in the early 16th century) the heir to the throne comes down with smallpox ..read more
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Chilled sour soups with vinegar and mustard, mugwort aromatic herb, chicken with ginseng, and the five flavours of omija juice all mean ..read more
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I stumbled over this great book on Buddhism in Seoul City Hall library. According to the blurb on the back cover, Polishing the Diamond: ..read more
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When I started watching Korean dramas, I noticed that savoury pancakes always seemed to be the dish that the characters ate on rainy days ..read more
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I got a bad feeling when I saw North Korean dissident artist Sun Mu’s work exhibited on the floor. It was a large piece painted in red ..read more
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After visiting the Lavender Farm in Gangwon-do, I started looking into aroma culture in Korea and the fascinating world of incense. Herbs ..read more
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The Gyejoksan red soil mountain trail (hwangtogil) is a great day trip from Seoul (if you’re into walking!) It only took an hour for us ..read more
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When I started watching Korean dramas, I noticed that savoury pancakes always seemed to be the dish that the characters ate on rainy days ..read more
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The Hani Lavender Farm Festival is in Goseong-Gun, Gangwon Province, about 3 hours from Seoul. And it lasts for a few weeks every June ..read more
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