The last gathering with my birth family before I left Korea after teaching English for three years. Article written for Gwangju News Magazine
What three years in Korea looks like in numbers
As my time to leave Korea is ticking away, I compiled a list of things I'll miss the most about Korea.
Announcement! After three years of teaching and living in South Korea and fostering a relationship with my birth family, I'll leave with a backpack and a boyfriend, both of which I've acquired in the lovely SK. What's next?
I talked about how to navigate the intercity buses in Korea to be like a local, but embrace yourself as a foreigner by taking advantage of free intercity shuttle buses. Free? Free. To promote tourism, there are several shuttle buses set up to bring people to and from various festivals and cities. One that is … Continue reading Korea Travel Tip #5 Free Shuttle Buses
Some tips on traveling in Korea via bus.
What if I said you could have a fantastical shower, steam those toxins out, have a place to sleep, all while having a real Korean experience for $7-14 a night? What’s that you say? Okay, I’ll tell you more!
Remember this number when traveling in Korea.
Seoraksan National Park is a magical place.
This is the first post of a new series called Korea Travel Tips, providing not-so-obvious information for newcomers to Korea. Tip #1: Bring a good reusable water bottle. Unlike Southeast Asia, you don't have to buy a sealed bottle of water every day to replenish the water you lost trekking through the humid zones. It … Continue reading Korea Travel Tip #1