Jeju Air

The first time I flew to Jeju was with Asiana Airlines, thanks to a booking done by my tour agency (Chan Brothers). The second time, we were travelling on our own from Seoul to Jeju. There are two ways of doing this: the first is via ferry (which would take about 5 hours), and the […]

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How To: Travel to and fro Incheon Airport via Airport Bus

One of your most pressing questions on your first trip to Seoul is: how am I gonna get from Incheon Airport to my hotel/next destination? While that question didn’t quite occur to me when I was travelling with a tour group, nor when I had transport arranged to my dorm thanks to the lovely folks […]

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5 Useful (& Free) Apps For Travelling in Korea

I remember my first time travelling free & easy in Korea was, in fact, only my second time there, and I was actually staying there without my family for six weeks. It can be a little intimidating to travel around on your own if you are not familiar with Korea. The situation is, of course, […]

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Korean Air

Korean Air may be one of the most obvious airline options to have when flying to Korea. I’ve flown with Korean Air twice – the trips were all good and smooth-sailing. I think there was only one (slight) delay, but nothing really major like cancellations or severely long delays. The service is also fantastic. Even […]

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How To: Get to Nami Island via Shuttle Bus

My first (and only time so far) going to Nami Island was last December, so I had to do a bit of research on how to get there. Of course, the first option that came to mind was via subway, but it honestly wasn’t the most convenient way to get there since Nami Island is […]

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Seoul Metropolitan Subway: Coffee

As a Singaporean who grew up learning that drinking and eating on the train can get you a hefty fine, one of my happiest discoveries is being able to legally consume food & beverages at train stations and in the carriages. In 1987, the Rapid Transit Systems (RTS) Act was established by Parliament and it […]

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