Maybe Not Fun. But Still Seoul.
Wanting to get out of Seoul and explore other parts of Korea? Ask BAMtravels for advice. Looking to get out of Korea and explore somewhere like...oh, I don't know...Cambodia? Well, you can ask BAMtravels about that, too.
The Seoul Stop has never done this before, but it is throwing its mighty weight around and promoting a product that does not exist anymore. If you've ever craved peanut butter, check out she dreams little dreams's peanut butter to see what you've missed out on.
It's finally here. Netflix has crossed the ocean and landed in Korea. Now you can binge-watch TV online in America just like they do in the United States.
Are you looking for a place to see Christmas lights? The Garden of BCJ in Paju puts on a great showing called The Festival of Lights which runs from December until February.
It takes a bit of effort to get there. Check that---if you don’t have a car, it takes a lot of effort to get there. However, if you are willing to go through the hassle of first locating and then journeying to The Garden of BCJ in Paju, you shall be rewarded.
Thanks to Korea’s particular love and appreciation of their own language, I did not have to work last October 9, or Hangul Day as it is commonly known here in Korea. Wanting to do something befitting of this wonderfully unique, Korean holiday, I decided that a walk around Seoul was in order. But not just any walk. I’ve done that plenty. This walk had to serve a purpose---it had to be both strenuous AND educational. And so with those parameters in mind, I decided to walk the entirety of the Seoul City Wall Trail.
Walk down any neighborhood in Seoul and you're bound to walk past at least one flower shop. Where do all these flowers come from? Who supplies these shops? Well, the supplier is not in a top-secret location. It's located in south Seoul, in an area called Yangjae.