Welcome To Korean Convenience
Discover stories about South Korea and the United States on travel, small business and food reviews.
How It All Started
The beginning of my travel adventure began with an introduction to Korean dramas and Kpop. After studying the Korean language at the KCCLA, I followed my love for Korean cuisine and desire to become immersed in the culture all the way to Seoul, South Korea.
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines the word “convenience” as; “The state of being able to proceed with something with little effort or difficulty.” As a foreigner, I experienced the love, frustration and time-consuming task of trying to figure out how to do laundry, order food at nearby restaurants, subway travel and a whole host of other daily tasks. If you want to learn more about how my travel journey began check out Moving Abroad To South Korea.
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Check out these popular stories on my visit to the DMZ, Petite France, Garden Of Morning Calm, popular themed cafes, and Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
What’s next? Entrepreneur! There’s no doubt starting a business with little resources and a huge learning curve can be daunting. Yet, that is exactly what I’m doing. With every step that I take, sometimes forward or two steps backwards, I share with you, the reader, my journey. Whether, you’re a fellow traveler, digital nomad or travelpreneur, I have something for everyone. I’m with you all the way and I hope you find inspiration on Korean Convenience.
Are you interested in starting a small business? Check out these stories on e-commerce strategies, information on joining business organizations, and relevant social media platforms and so much more.
I began my Korean langauge studies in the Fall of 2015 at my local Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Their have been many times that I have started and stopped. I’ve compiled some resourcful lessons that I’ve learned living abroad and starting Korean Convenience.
Are you looking for Korean language tips, and information on Non-teaching Jobs In Korea? Check out this resourceful list for expats, bloggers and or entrepreneurs.
Get travel tips, and itineraries from a native Californian as I visit places such as Koreatown, Santa Monica, San Francisco and so many more locations throughout the United States.