Tag Archives: Explore

Subscriber Question: Where to go?

I recently received this question from a subscriber on the Vlog channel: Hi, How are you? I am hoping to be moving to Korea this summer if I can get…

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Seoul Zoo

Believe it or not, the 10th largest zoo in the world is the Seoul Zoo. While not technically in Seoul, the zoo did start there in 1909 when Imperial Japan…

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Namiseom

This past weekend, when Jo and I joined the KTO for a fun day trip to Gangwondo, many of our hosts were amazed that I hadn’t taken her to “the…

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The Sights of Andong

Andong, is a city that most associate with soju or the annual Mask Dance Festival. However, if you ask people what else there is to see in this small eastern…

Younjuam: Seoul’s Mountain Temple

Recently, Jo and I ventured out from our home on a beautiful Sunday morning to tackle a close-by temple, one that stands unique among others in Korea: Younjuam. Rather than…

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Korea’s National Cemetery

Living just outside of Seoul, Jo and I take a wide range of transports to get from A to B. While we usually tend to stick to buses, when we…

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Five Places to See in Seoul

Time and time again, I’m asked what visitors should see while in Seoul. Truth be told, there are a ton of places. In my opinion, when visiting Korea for the…

The Ocean Rail Bikes of Samcheok

Jo and I are always looking for fun and interesting things do. When sifting through all the announcements on the Internet, one thing caught my eye a short time ago…

Yonggung Temple

One particular location has been on my radar for well over a year. In fact, I have a few separate folders on my computer labeled “Korea” that contain links to…

Busan Street Temple: Daegaksa

This past weekend, Jo and I ventured down south to the port city of Busan. We had traveled there the previous year to meet a friend of a friend, but…