Need inspiration for your winter trip to Korea? Check out this winter bucket list and enjoy Korea’s winter season to the fullest! Bundle up, winter’s here! Though the cool and crisp autumn lasted only a few weeks, don’t despair! There
Happy New Year! Can you believe 2016 is officially over? Neither can we! 2017 is the Year of the Rooster and Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year, or ‘Seollal’ in Korean, which is one of the biggest holidays in Korea.
Welcome to the second part of my travel review! Last week I told you guys about my experience renting a Hanbok at the 3355 rental store in Gyeongbokgung. Well, today’s post is going to be about the spots I visited
Hello again, fellow Trazers! I’m a member of Trazy crew back again with a travel review, this time about my experience renting a Hanbok for one day at a hanbok rental shop called ‘3355’ near Gyeongbokgung Palace.Though I am Korean,
It’s that time of year again, “the season with clear skies and stout horses.” Nothing depicts fall in Korea more accurately than this old saying. During the fall, the weather is at its prime with the perfect combination of sunshine and cool
Buying souvenirs for yourself or gifts for friends and family back home is always an enjoyable part of the travel experience. For those of you who are looking for authentic Korean souvenirs or things that are not in your country, consider
From museums, theme parks to royal palaces, there are plenty of incredible things to see and do as a family in Seoul. But how about breaking away from the ordinary travel routine and make your family trip an ‘extra-ordinary‘ one this
South Korea’s two royal palaces, Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changgyeonggung Palace, are now open to public at night starting from today to June 2nd! The two royal palaces will open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m (last admission at 21:00).While domestic visitors must make purchase via
When winter comes around in Korea, the weather’s bitter and cold that it makes you want to stay indoors during your trip. But you wouldn’t want to waste your time, right? Especially, if you’re not going on a ski trip or
Hanbok is Korea’s traditional dress which is mainly derived from the Joseon Dynasty era. One of our Trazers, Jaebin H went to visit Goguan Studio with her friend to try out Hanbok and take pictures at the most traditional setting.