When someone hears the words “traveling to a coastal city”, they imagine white sand, beautiful beaches and lots of nature. Samcheok is a city with has all of it, but in addition to that, there are also places, where you can learn about the history & culture of Korea and better yourself in many different ways. During my last visit to Samcheok, I have visited one of those places and it is the Samcheok National Museum.Continue reading [Korea Travel] Samcheok National Museum
This autumn I finally had a chance to visit the famous Jukseoru Pavillion in Samcheok and I happened to come there at the best time I could have ever imagined. There is a Chrysanthemum festival happening at the Jukseoru Pavillion this November and if you happen to be in Samcheok, you should not miss it as well.Continue reading [Korea Travel] Visiting the Chrysanthemum Festival at Jukseoru Pavillion, Samcheok
In recent years, the growing popularity of Nami Island has made it one of, if not the most popular travel destination outside of Seoul. It was opened back in 1965 but gained the most of its’ popularity after an iconic Korean drama “Sinter Sonata” (2002), therefore the growth of its popularity on social media did not start to just a few years ago. With the help of YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms, Nami island has become a hot place for tourists, as opposed to it being a quiet date location in the past.Continue reading [Travel Korea] Spending a day in the autumn paradise at the Nami Island
Samcheok is a medium-sized city in Gangwon province, east coast of South Korea. It is mostly known for its’ beautiful beach and a coastline resort, that, due to its’ unique looks, reminds its’ visitors of the beautiful Santorini island. Even though it receives the majority of vacationers in the summer season when the temperature in Korea reaches the top of the thermometer, I have visited this November and it was the best experience of the month! So, there are five reasons to visit Samcheok beach, regardless of the time of the year!Continue reading [Korea Travel] 5 Reasons to visit Samcheok Beach
“My hometown is up in the mountains of Gangwon province. Walk along the ridge for a few miles you will reach a small village. It’s a cozy place encircled by giant hills, thus resembling a deep-sunken rice cake steamer. This is why people call it “Sile” which in Gangwon dialect means “rich cake steamer”
Kim You Jeong
What comes to your mind when you hear the words “Jade Garden”? Something peaceful, quiet and resembling heaven as it is portrayed in the mainstream media? Well, Jade Garden in Chuncheon is a good depiction of that!Continue reading [Korea Trave] Jade Garden Natural Arboretum
Korea is known for its amazing amusement parks, some of them being water-related. Ocean World Water Amusement Park, located in Gangwon Province’s Vivaldi Park Resort, right next to the Palbongsan mountain is one of the most popular water parks in South Korea.Continue reading [Travel Korea] Ocean World
Chuncheon National Museum (국립춘천박물관) was open in Chuncheon, Gangwon province on October 30, 2002. It is an open space to learn and experience the culture and history of Gangwon province, which is often being forgotten in the shadow of big, touristy cities, such as Seoul of Busan.Continue reading [Korea Travel] Nostalgia of the Daegaya People in Chuncheon National Museum
It’s been quite a while since I talked about the skincare with you guys. With the summer ending and fall kicking in, I thought I should share some of my fall essentials with you as well as review by first beauty box from the K-beauty giant Tony Moly I have received around a week ago.
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Did you know that suspension bridges is the current growing trend in South Korea? As of now, more and more cities are coming up with similar ideas – setting up hanging bridges over the mountains, rivers and even over the ocean! On June 27th. 2019 one of such bridges was built at the Chuam beach, in Donghae, a coastal city in the Gangwon province of South Korea.Continue reading [Korea Trave] A Newly Opened Suspension Bridge in Wonju!