Cheomseongdae Observatory

A trip to Gyeongju, the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Silla, would certainly not be complete without a visit to the city’s historical landmarks. Many schoolchildren in Korea will take a trip to this ancient capital, where Korean history has been well-preserved and you can still see remnants of the Silla kingdom’s lavish lifestyle and after-life. Continue reading Cheomseongdae Observatory

KBS (Yeouido)

On one of the evenings in the summer of 2017, my friend brought me to Yeouido to visit the TV stations in this area (KBS and MBC), to see if we had any luck in meeting celebrities. Yeoeuido KBS, the background of the drama <The Producers> is loved as the must-visit tourism spot of Hallyu … Continue reading KBS (Yeouido)

MBC World

For those who are big fans of Korean dramas, you may want to visit the filming sets and broadcasting companies during your trip to Seoul. While I visited MBC’s HQ in Yeouido last year, I didn’t really see anything exciting, so I thought I would pay a visit to MBC World in Digital Media City … Continue reading MBC World

Lucky China (幸運大飯店): Chinese Food in Incheon

I headed to Incheon’s Chinatown again during my recent trip to Korea (partly because I really wanted to eat some great jjajangmyeon again), but instead of heading to Cheonghwawon (中華范) , we decided to try another restaurant. There are a few really famous ones in Chinatown with superrrr long queues because of its reputation and long heritage, … Continue reading Lucky China (幸運大飯店): Chinese Food in Incheon

Lotte World

Operated by Lotte Group, Lotte World Adventure is the largest indoor amusement park in the world (Guinness World Record!) Plus point: This was the filming location for Running Man Episode 9 & 149, Stairway to Heaven, as well as H.O.T’s Candy MV! Personally, I’m not a very big fan of amusement parks at this age because … Continue reading Lotte World

Jeonju Hanok Village

Although hanok villages are a must-visit in Korea, there is no lack of villages in Seoul itself. However, every city’s village has its own special story, and Jeonju Hanok Village is no exception. It’s also been designated as an International Slow City in 2010 ‘in recognition of its relaxed pace of life where traditional culture and nature blend … Continue reading Jeonju Hanok Village