A Trip to Hwasun

These days I’ve been feeling very overwhelmed and stressed lately so I decided to take a day on my weekend just to get out of the city and enjoy the day resting. Though the trip to Hwasun wasn’t exactly planned, it still ended up being a very enjoyable trip. I would recommend this place to…

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Juu’s Journey- Eating Out

This video was long overdue, but I finally got around to getting it done. Eating out here is always an experience. Whether it’s struggling to order in Korean or finding place that can accommodate dietary restrictions, I tend to face a new challenge every day. Where do I go out to eat normally? These days,…

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#29 – Animal Lover’s Haven

Q: Are there other things people can do at cafes other than sit and talk with their friends? In an earlier post, I talked about the different cafes that one could find in Korea. I finally took the time to visit some interesting ones! I mention in the post that cafes are commonplace for friends to hang…

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#28- More than Seoul

Q: How is Seoul different from other places in Korea? When you think of South Korea, what comes to mind?Is it the emotional investing dramas?The ever-growing, upbeat K-pop music?Is it the charming, well-known city of Seoul? Whether it’s one of these three things or something else, I’m here to tell you that the charm of…

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A Short Vacation in Seoul

Seoul is probably the most well-known city in South Korea. With its foreign-friendly places and various attractions, it’s definitely the most visited city of South Korea. Even though I don’t reside here, I try to visit whenever I have some vacation time. There are lots of great touristy stops one can see. You can even…

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#25 – Christmas Difference

Q: How is celebrating Christmas in Korea different from America? #1. One Day Holiday. Even though the longest break in Korea is the winter break, this break doesn’t include the Christmas holiday. For Christmas, the kids get one day off to celebrate with their family and will go to school the following school day. So…

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