International Fans: 5 Ways To Not Feel Left Out

Ideas For Struggling International Fans Who Like Kpop/K-dramas So you’ve started on your journey of learning more about South Korea since you’ve discovered a K-pop group or Korean drama that you really like.  Yet, how do you stay connected to events/life in Korea when you live thousands of miles away? I’ve noticed that a lot of K-pop idols and Korean dramas are using more English … Continue reading International Fans: 5 Ways To Not Feel Left Out

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South Korea Blog Posts

My Favorite Blog Post About South Korea Previously, I wrote about my favorite variety of tv shows and my favorite Youtubers in South Korea.  I think that it’s only fitting I share my favorite blog posts on South Korea.  Some of the bloggers on this list I discovered on Pinterest through their stories and travel tips.  While other blogs I read and enjoy their posts … Continue reading South Korea Blog Posts

South Korea Winter Packing Tips

10 Useful Things To Pack For Winter In South Korea South Korea has a lot of things to do during the Winter.  Whether you visit tourist attractions like the Garden of Morning Calm, La Petite France or Christmas shopping in Myeongdong.  If you’re visiting South Korea more than likely your stay will be a week or longer. I have compiled a list of useful things … Continue reading South Korea Winter Packing Tips

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Joon Park: Wassup Man A Must See

Joon Park YouTube Channel Review I first came across Joon Park (Park Joon-Hyung) on a variety show called Roommate.  Park’s outgoing and tell it like it’s personality immediately endears viewers to his onscreen persona.  His frequent chants of JYP Nation and BAAAM! have become synonymous with his brand. Joon Park is a Korean-American singer and entertainer.  He’s best known for his involvement in the boy … Continue reading Joon Park: Wassup Man A Must See

What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad

What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad

Experiences During The First Week Studying Abroad After I arrived in South Korea I went to the nearest Daiso store almost every day.  I was prepared to study abroad I wasn’t prepared to live on my own.  Imagine you’re moving into a new apartment what are the products you will need to purchase; close hangers, a broom, shower slippers the list could go on. However, … Continue reading What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad

A Thirty-Something Korean American's Journey To Korea

A Thirty-Something Korean American’s Journey To Korea

This guest post is written by Linda.  I first met Linda, during the one day tour of the Garden of Morning Calm and Petite France in South Korea.  It has been over a year since our first meeting.  During that time we have bonded over our love of travel, food, and family stories.  Below is her inspiring journey of moving and finding employment in Korea.  It … Continue reading A Thirty-Something Korean American’s Journey To Korea

American Misconceptions About Living In South Korea

American Misconceptions About Living In South Korea

Expat Life In South Korea After arriving in South Korea there are always expats who are disappointed and want to return home.  Usually, it’s because of their preconceived misconceptions about living in South Korea.  I’m not debating whether you should apply to become a teacher or study abroad in South Korea. I want to write about the myths about moving abroad. My hope is that … Continue reading American Misconceptions About Living In South Korea

Breaking Down Cultural Barriers In Seoul South Korea

How To Stay Warm During Winter In South Korea

No Heat & No Flannel Pajamas!  Lesson Learned. Since, the weather keeps reverting, rain and snow in some parts of the United States when it should be getting warmer outside, I want to go back to something that happened during my first Winter at Hankuk University dormitory I forgot to post. My heart went out inside my dorm room.  At first, I thought I just … Continue reading How To Stay Warm During Winter In South Korea

The Last Hurrah: At Least For This Trip

Seoul, South Korea Expat Finality My last month in South Korea I would go on a trip every weekend to eat lunch and have dessert.  I liked combining the two, like when I went to my first vegan festival.  I shared this recurring theme with another friend who lived in Korea. What were my plans for returning to the United States was a recurring question … Continue reading The Last Hurrah: At Least For This Trip

Visiting Dongdaemun Design Plaza Seoul International Handmade Fair

Visiting Dongdaemun Design Plaza Seoul International Handmade Fair

Dongdaemun Design Plaza Trip The weather was warmer and people wanted to spend time outside enjoying the outdoor activities they had missed because of the Winter.  This was my first trip going to Dongdaemun Design Plaza.  I was having a lot of first since coming to South Korea.  I read somewhere that’s why it feels so great to travel you’re taken out of your normal … Continue reading Visiting Dongdaemun Design Plaza Seoul International Handmade Fair