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The Divided Reality of the North and South

On a sunny and slightly chilly Saturday, I crossed off one of my lifetime bucket lists - visiting the border between North and South Korea.

First-Class Flashpacker Resort - Liquid Dive Dumaguete

A few years ago, I was able to travel to this won

North Korea: Unwrapping the Mystery Inside the Enigma

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Dokdo: Crashing of Tides

Summer 2014, a multinational crew from 8 different countries are working on a documentary film ‘Dokdo’ in South Korea and Japan. Matt Koshmrl, a former English teacher in Daegu city, is the director of this film.



Hapcheon Ghost Park and Zombie Run Horror Festival

Hapcheon-gun in Gyeongnam Province changed Hapcheon Image Theme Park into a Ghost Park! With the Hapcheon Horror Festival, it opens 7pm~12am from July 17th to August 17th (except Mondays).

Bijindo: Where Time Slips Away

Every country has their own bucket list of tourist attractions; France has got the Eiffel Tower, Versailles and the Riviera.  Italy has Rome, Venice, Florence.  Korea is no except

Fresh Sokcho and Seoraksan National Park
Fresh Sokcho is a quaint fishing town in the northeastern part of Korea. A friend and I wandered up to the area primarily to see Seoraksan National Park.
Seoul Searching

There is so much to see and do in Seoul. My husband and I recently took the train to Seoul and spent several days shopping and participating in group tours. I wanted to share some of those experiences with you so that you can get as much enjoyment out of the city as we did.

Overcoming Culture Shock with Empathy Guest House

It’s likely that upon arrival to Korea, many foreigners found some things about life here quite confusing. Take discarding food waste for example. Or making online purchases and bank transfers with a secret card.

Travelling to Pyongyang, North Korea

Warning! For those expecting a political or social commentary on North Korea, please look elsewhere.