3 Interesting Facts about Korean Thanksgiving – Chuseok

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 breeze. Additionally, the harvested crops are so plentiful that even livestock get to enrich themselves, … Continue reading 3 Interesting Facts about Korean Thanksgiving – Chuseok

Survival Tip: All about SIM Card in South Korea! (Prepaid SIM Card for foreigners)

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... First, you should check whether your phone is unlocked or not. If your phone is locked, then you should call your mobile service provider to unlock it or you can … Continue reading Survival Tip: All about SIM Card in South Korea! (Prepaid SIM Card for foreigners)

Top 15 Things to Buy in Bangkok, Thailand

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 is the ultimate list of things (goods & food) you must get in Bangkok. GOODS 1. … Continue reading Top 15 Things to Buy in Bangkok, Thailand

What Every Traveler Needs to Know about Renting a Car in Jeju Island

What is an efficient and convenient way to get around Jeju Island? Of course, by renting a car and driving! https://www.instagram.com/p/BMiSMfOBFN5/?tagged=%EC%A0%9C%EC%A3%BC%EB%8F%84%EB%A0%8C%ED%8A%B8%EC%B9%B4 It's reasonably affordable than hiring a car and a driver and a convenient way to see the beautiful natural wonders without going through the hassle of using a public transportation. For travelers who want to get around by driving in Jeju … Continue reading What Every Traveler Needs to Know about Renting a Car in Jeju Island

Korea’s University/College Culture

Unis and colleges are quite a big deal in Korea. Thousands of high schools students literally don't stop studying for the last few months of their final year (except when they're eating or sleeping, which isn't supposed to take longer than a total of 6 hours a day). At the end of their final year, they … Continue reading Korea’s University/College Culture