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!
Donghae is one of the most popular coastal cities in South Korea. It is located in the southeastern part of Gangwon province, known for its beautiful sceneries and delicious food. Donghae is not an exception. It is popular among both, locals and tourists and is mostly known for its beautiful beaches and camping sites, therefore, our last visit was not even close to that.Continue reading [Korea Travel] Refreshing Cheongok Cave in Donghae
Did you think that Gangneung is only popular for its’ beaches and beautiful scenery? Well, let me prove you wrong since one more thing it is well known for is something I am even more excited than I am excited about the beach! Can you guess what it is? Yes, it’s coffee!Continue reading [Korea Travel] Anmok Coffee Street and Gangneung’s Signature Bread
Jeongdongjin Beach is a beautiful, sandy beach in South Gangneung, Gangwon Province and even though it is not as popular as Gyeongpo – the main beach of the city, it is just as beautiful and personally, I think there are even more things to do and see at Jeongdongjin. Plus, you can escape the main crowd too! So, without further ado, let’s get into it!Continue reading [Korea Travel] Jeongdongjin Beach and What to Do There
In recent years I have noticed the growing interest in picnic cafes all around Korea and really wanted to check it out for myself. Even though there are many picnic-like cafes in Seoul already, I thought that doing it at the beach would be much more interesting and unusual, so as we visited Gangneung earlier this month, I could not resist myself and took Gyu to the “Essay Cafe” next to the Yeongjn beach, which is mainly known for being a shooting location for hit Korean drama “Goblin”.Continue reading [Korea Travel] Picnic Cafe & Relaxing at the Yeongjin Beach
All the way from Seoul, to different provinces and even Jeju Island, South Korea has quite a few gorgeous aquariums, that would literally trigger anyone’s curiosity about the underwater world. It does not matter if you are a fan of “The Little Mermaid” or “Jaws”, I feel like anyone would be equality fascinated to explore any of the aquariums South Korea has on its’ list of the paces to go. Up until now, I have had only visited aquariums located in Seoul, so when I heard that there is an aquarium in Gangneung too, I decided to give it a shot during my latest visit to this gorgeous coastal city.Continue reading [Korea Travel] What Can You See at the Gyeongpo Aquarium
Cherwon is a city in Gangwon province, located 83 kilometers away from Seoul and extending all the way to the most mysterious place in the Korean peninsula – the one and only DMZ! Even though it is still not as popular as other cities around the demilitarized zone, such as Paju or Ganghwa Island, it is definitely becoming more and more popular, especially after the Peace Train Festival, which was held in the area last month.Continue reading [Unexplored Korea] Top 5 Things To Do In Cherwon (not DMZ)