Santa Run!
Events

Santa Run!

Ok so maybe not a run… more like a crawl, a pub crawl to be exact. Actually let me back this story up a little bit. Saturday evening I was in 홍대 (Hongdae) heading back home from Bau House with my puppy and boyfriend when we noticed  a group of foreigners dressed in Santa gear. It … Continue reading

Hello Coffee, Hello Kitty
Cafés

Hello Coffee, Hello Kitty

When it comes to stylish cafes, Korea has it all. And if you feel like something is missing… it’s probably Hello Kitty. How could you not feel complete with this Japanese feline keeping you company while sippin’ on a cup of joe with her face in it? There are three Hello Kitty Café locations in Seoul … Continue reading

Is there a Dr. in the Café?
Cafés

Is there a Dr. in the Café?

It doesn’t take long for any visitor to find that the culture in Korea thrives on coffee. It’s not unlike western culture, but coffee in Korea comes with a little more style. Cafés in Korea are clean and modernly designed with a young fresh flare. They focus more on atmosphere and taste rather than convenience. You can’t … Continue reading

Red (Day)zed
Holidays / Landmarks

Red (Day)zed

Red . . . the color that everyone eagerly searches for on their calendar here in Korea. With the exception of the obvious Saturday and Sunday, Red days mean one thing, Time off! So, why call them red days? Simply put, all the national holidays on every Korean calendar are marked in red. Thought provoking … Continue reading