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The Korean Skin Care Adventure: Ordering from Memebox US and shipping to the Philippines

The Korean Skin Care Adventure: Ordering from Memebox US and shipping to the Philippines This is the first time I’m writing about my Korean beauty...
by CodenameE Lifestyle Blog on May 14, 2016

Falling In Love With The Cherry Blossoms In Seoul

Hi Huneybees, In the last few months, I have already been to Seoul 3 times. But the trip last week was the most fulfilling one as I have finally seen the beauty of Cherry Blossoms right before my eyes! Though at the mention of cherry blossoms, a...
by Huney'Z World on Apr 18, 2015

The 2015 Seoul Lantern Festival: Cold, but Awesome

During my two years living in South Korea, I went to many different kinds of festivals. Some of my favorite, though, featured Korean traditional lanterns. In November of each year, the Cheonggyecheon Stream in the heart of Seoul gets lit up with over...
by Tripologist on Nov 12, 2014

The 2014 Seoul Lantern Festival: Cold, but Awesome

During my two years living in South Korea, I went to many different kinds of festivals. Some of my favorite, though, featured Korean traditional lanterns. In November of each year, the Cheonggyecheon Stream in the heart of Seoul gets lit up with over...
by Tripologist on Nov 4, 2014

Visiting the Treasures of Korea at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

It’s been just a few days over two years since I left my temporary home in South Korea and started on a long and epic journey home. However, even though I only lived in Korea for two years, there will always be a part of me that thinks of it as...
by Tripologist on Mar 12, 2014

The 2013 Seoul Lantern Festival: Cold, but Awesome

During my two years living in South Korea, I went to many different kinds of festivals. Some of my favorite, though, featured Korean traditional lanterns. In November of each year, the Cheonggyecheon Stream in the heart of Seoul gets lit up with over...
by Tripologist on Oct 31, 2013

Seoul Day 4 - Culture seeking at Gyeongbokgung Palace (Part 2)

The next area we went to was the Sajeongjeon. It was here where the king held early morning meetings to manage routine state affairs. Early is not an understatement! These meetings started at 3:00am in the morning! Imagine getting up at that hour to...
by The Loft Prince on Mar 30, 2013

Seoul Day 4 - Culture seeking at Gyeongbokgung Palace (Part 1)

It was a fine morning during my fourth day at Seoul. Finally, the sun decided to shine bright today after hiding in the clouds for the past days! I really appreciated this blessing of good weather since this was the day designated for my Gyeongbokgun...
by The Loft Prince on Mar 29, 2013

Gyeongbokgung: Where Korean History Comes Alive

Of all the places that I visited in South Korea, there was nowhere that I returned to more than Seoul’s Gyeongbokgung Palace. As the city’s only “must see” tourist destination, I returned five times, taking various family and...
by Tripologist on Jan 28, 2013

Seoul Day 3 – Discovering history at Changdeokgung Palace

The morning of my third day here at Seoul was reserved for a tour of the Changdeokgung Palace. As I wanted to get to know more about Korea’s history and culture, I signed-up for a walking tour of the place.  The registration was done online th...
by The Loft Prince on Jan 19, 2013

Day 3 – Discovering history at Changdeokgung Palace

The morning of my third day here at Seoul was reserved for a tour of the Changdeokgung Palace. As I wanted to get to know more about Korea’s history and culture, I signed-up for a walking tour of the place.  The registration was done online th...
by The Loft Prince on Jan 19, 2013

Photo of the Week: Seoul’s Gwanghwamun at Nighttime

Seoul is a beautiful city. From flowing streams, to mountainous hiking trails, to open plazas, Seoul had something to offer anyone who can find beauty amid urban chaos. When I first arrived nearly three years ago, the city center was in the finishing...
by Tripologist on Dec 13, 2012

The 2012 Seoul Lantern Festival: Cold, but Awesome

During my two years living in South Korea, I went to many different kinds of festivals. Some of my favorite, though, featured Korean traditional lanterns. In November of each year, the Cheonggyecheon Stream in the heart of Seoul gets lit up with over...
by Tripologist on Nov 2, 2012

Hangeul

Awhile ago, I posted about the Han Chinese characters which list seems to be endless with so many forms and style. Now, I will share you, guys, about another form of Han writing. But this time, it is the Korean (or Han which probably was a coincidenc...
by Lingophilia on Apr 10, 2010


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