Seoul subway map on apps

Seoul metro may not be as complicated as those in Tokyo or London, however, the extensive network can be confusing to anyone who is new to the city. With the invention of smart phone, you can actually say good-bye to the traditional print subway map. Technology has made traveling so much easier. There are many…

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survive in Korea not knowing Korean

Many people have asked me this question “can we travel to korea without speaking Korean?”. 🙂 My answer is always “Yes, of course because I survive my every trip to Korea for many years without speaking the language.” 🙂 Of course, the basics greetings will be helpful to get by when walked into a restaurant…

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Holiday in South Korea, get the local prepaid SIM card

It has become so important to holiday makers to stay connected with family and friends back home via SNS.  Be it Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other form of instant SNS to share holiday whereabout. In Korea, you can also purchase a local prepaid SIM card that comes with data plan, and this is only…

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Seoul, Insa-dong 인사동

Anyone visit Seoul will visit Insa-dong. If you are not with any tour group, suggest you spend some time here walking through the small alleys to find interesting treasures especially if you want to buy nice souvenirs or local handicrafts. But be prepared to pay slightly more. I personally think you can find similar items…

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Seoul, N’Seoul Tower

N’Seoul Tower looks the best during the night. The tower is located in Namsan Park, is actually a very beautiful park right in the heart of Seoul city centre. For those of you who are not into walking in the park or have very little time to spare in Seoul, my suggestion is to go…

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