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
Nothing is ever more fun than buying things that you can get only in that country when traveling. Thailand is no exception when it comes to buying high-quality products at cheap prices. Besides the cheap summery shirts and fisherman pants, here
Explore Nami Island (Namiseom) in Korea! Find out what to see and do in Nami Island during winter, autumn, spring and summer!
SIM Card Vs WiFi Egg: Compare the two most popular mobile options in Korea! Do you want to share your travel experiences real time on Facebook and Instagram? Or do you have to make calls and send text messages while traveling in South
Do you want to use your phone in Korea with a prepaid SIM Card? No worries! We’ve got you covered. 😉 Before getting a SIM Card 1. Check whether your phone is unlocked or not. If your phone is locked, call
Living by yourself can be fun and exciting since you get to be independent and free from your nagging parents! However, it also comes with a lot of responsibility. Last time we posted about must-have beauty products from Daiso, which
Winter months in Korea can be harsh and brutal. The winds are so strong it’ll feel like your face is being sliced with a knife, walking in the cold as you shiver uncontrollably and an endless consumption of hot drinks.
Daiso is a shopper’s paradise. You’ll find stores all over in Korea in areas like Hongdae, Myeongdong, Sinsa-dong and Coex Mall. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the store, it sells items for your home, bathroom, crafts, pets, makeup,
K-Pop fans, prepare to be strapped for cash as you blow all your money on these goodies from this awesome collaboration. SM Entertainment already has multiple stores open to the public selling exclusive goods and merchandise as seen here as
Why Must Travelers Have This Magical T-money Card in Korea? In South Korea, travelers can buy a Single Journey Ticket or a rechargeable card called T-money Card. We advise you to get a T-money Card as it is a magic wand that