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
Visit Vivaldi Park to enjoy skiing and snowboarding during the winter in Korea! Hello, Trazers! Greetings from a member of Trazy Crew! Last time, I tried skiing at Phoenix Park for the first time in my life, which was crazy fun.
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
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A lot of attractions in Seoul appeal to travelers and they may wonder where to visit and what to do. Especially if you’re in Seoul only for a few days, take a close look at our recommendations that will help
Have a peep into what Korean convenience stores have to offer to hungry travelers and take note of the best items you must try during your trip to Korea! One of the best things about traveling in South Korea is that there
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
Greetings from a member of Trazy Crew! Since it’s winter and the weather is perfect for skiing, I headed to Phoenix Park to enjoy a day of skiing with the Phoenix Park Ski Resort 1 day Ski/Snowboard/Snow Sled Tour! As a
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
For foreign travelers to Korea, reading Korean restaurant menus is one of the hardest things to do. Even though most of the Korean restaurant menus do have English names, some of them are translated word-to-word, not word-to-meaning, which ends up