Bukchon Hanok Village

A must visit and strongly recommended place to see while in Seoul is Bukchon Hanok Village (서울 북촌한옥마을). This is Seoul’s representative traditional Korean residential area, reflecting 600 years of its history. It is situated between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung palaces, making it an easy spot to find and tour around.   I’ve already been there […]

Museum Excursions in Seoul: “No More Art”

Seoul is filled with art galleries, museums, and exhibitions all year round that anybody can go to! Insadong, for example, has free galleries everywhere and you can enjoy a variety of different art styles. The major tourist spots also usually have museums that are free and available to foreigners to enjoy the variety of historical […]

How to Survive as a Vegetarian in South Korea

South Korea, where probably 80% of diet consists of meat or seafood, finding vegetarian friendly restaurants is quite a difficult task. If you live in the Hanyang dormitory, or anywhere without a kitchen, then this may just be the guide for you. Below are some tips and tricks to find food at convenient places in […]

The Best Korean Dramas: Part Ⅱ

Following <Korean Best Dramas 1 – Romance & Romantic Comedy>, I am back with part 2, with the latest dramas. This time, I excluded popular, big hits like <You who came from the stars> or <Secret Garden> because almost everybody knows them. As I said in part 1, these dramas are just my recommendations so […]

The Colours of Seoul (part 2)

Photos by Mirela from Bulgaria