Gyeongbokgung Palace, Everything You Need to Know

Of the places to go and things to do in Seoul, visiting Gyeongbokgung Palace deserves to be at the top. No matter the season or the weather, the palace looks absolutely stunning and any itinerary is for the better with its inclusion. So, without any further ado, here’s everything you need to know about Gyeongbokgung Palace. What is Gyeongbokgung Palace? Gyeongbokgung Palace served as the … Continue reading Gyeongbokgung Palace, Everything You Need to Know

Travel Tips for October in Korea

Update 10/23/2023: Updated event, ‘RENT’ open concert. October is our favorite month in Korea. We’ve landed straight into fall with the perfect conditions for light layers or sweaters. There are lots of festivals and events going on throughout the country, so let’s get to it! TEMPERATURE Summer is long gone with temperatures between 24°C (75°F) ~ 21°C (70°F) during the day and a chilly 13°C … Continue reading Travel Tips for October in Korea

Gyeongbokgung: A Royal Proposal

“Once in awhile, right in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairy tale.” Gyeongbokgung is probably my favorite place in Korea. I mean, it’s a real life piece of history right in the middle of Seoul and you can simply stroll through it whenever you want (during open hours of course). Honestly I can never get enough! The colours, architecture and … Continue reading Gyeongbokgung: A Royal Proposal

Falling for Fall: Nami Island (남이섬)

My boyfriend and I have wanted to explore more of Korea with our pup, but it was always a little difficult without a car. When my boyfriend decided to get his Korean drivers license it opened new doors for us and we took our first family trip to Jeju Island this past summer. Now that it’s Autumn we decided to go to Nami Island and take … Continue reading Falling for Fall: Nami Island (남이섬)

Korea’s Famous Poop Cafe (UPDATED)

Updated October 24, 2023. At first glance, the Poop Cafe (또옹카페) is a seemingly normal cafe, despite the odd name painted in huge letters across the windows. However, once you get closer, you start to realize that there is a tree inside decorated with colorful poop-shaped papers. Then, once you are inside, you realize that the poop-shaped papers also have adorable little faces, sneakers and handwritten messages on … Continue reading Korea’s Famous Poop Cafe (UPDATED)