Attention to all LINE users and fans. Come to LINE Village Bangkok, Thailand to meet your favorite LINE characters up close such as BROWN, CONY, SALLY, CHOCO, MOON and more in real life! About “LINE Village Bangkok” LINE Village Bangkok is
Many people didn’t think Korea as a surfing destination in the past. But recently, passionate Korean surfers, as well as foreign surfers, started to dig the perfect surfing spots, which then made surfing pretty popular even in Korea. On this post,
Get ready for this exciting activity, the underwater sea walk in Jeju Island, South Korea. Surrounded by the emerald colored sea water and crystal clear skies, water sports certainly are top-notch activities you must try in Jeju Island. Among several exciting water activities, here we
Explore Nami Island and Petite France all in one day with Trazy’s tour! Famous for beautiful scenery and plenty of photo-ops, Nami Island and Petite France are some of the most popular travel destinations near Seoul. Both of them are located within a
Visit Trick Eye Museum, Love Museum and Ice Museum in Hongdae, Seoul, the best 3D museums with funny optical illusions and 3D art!
Bibap is a Korean nonverbal performance with the concept of Korean representative dish ‘Bibimbap.’ The show describes the cooking competition of chefs through the combination of music with b-boying, acrobatic, and martial arts. Started in 2008 as a 30 minute
Dakpaper is Korean traditional paper made from Korean Mulberry trees named Dak-namu (namu means tree.) Since the texture of the dakpaper is soft yet strong, people have used the paper to make handicrafts. One of them is dakpaper doll. Dakpaper
Natural dyeing is one of the oldest Korean traditions that harmoniously blend nature into daily lives. Using ingredients like persimmon or anil (a plant used to make an indigo color), people have produced fabrics in many different delicate colors. Even
Summer in Korea is humid and hot. One of the best ways to fight against the hot hot summer is definitely WATER SPORTS! One of Trazy’s customers, Yoonhee C, went on a one fine day in June to explore what
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.