Looking for the best places to go shopping in Seoul? Head over to Dongdaemun, one of the prime shopping areas located in the heart of the city! Best-known for stylish and well-made clothes, great bargains and a unique scene of night market stalls that appear at
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
Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la la la la la~~! Christmas is just around the corner and you’re probably busy getting ready for holiday parties and shopping for presents! If you’re stumped on what to
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,
SALE. A shopaholic’s favorite word that has them whip out their card and cash in a flash as they make a beeline towards the shops. Well, get ready because the Korea Grand Sale is headed your way in October, where
Dongdaemun Market and Namdaemun Market are arguably some of the most famous tourist spots in Korea, and for good reasons. “Dongdaemun“in Korean means the east gate while “Namdaemun“ means the south gate. These two gates used to surround the walls of city of Seoul
What do you usually buy as souvenirs when you travel other countries? Small magnets? Cards? Or key chains? You may have had an experience of buying some souvenirs that only took a large portion of your suitcase and never looking
Can you speak Korean? Maybe some of you even don’t know what hello is in Korean. When traveling in Korea, learning Korean is not really necessary. However, speaking a little of bit of Korean would be easier and more exciting to travel.
In the first week after your arrival in Korea, you might not know what to do first. Before you start travelling and having fun, you need to buy the necessaries! If you live in a dormitory, basic things will be served. However, there