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
Chuseok and a temple stay in South Korea
Paragliding is a peaceful activity, not adrenaline-rushing as people would imagine - and relatively cheap to do while in South Korea! Read about my experience paragliding with Big Bird Paragliding near Daegu, South Korea.
All EPIK teachers were lucky enough to enjoy May 1st off from work. All banks and some businesses were closed that day, but school remained open. For whatever reason, only contract teachers had the day off as we are “laborers”. I don’t understand it, but I’m not complaining! I had originally planned on taking a … Continue reading Labor Day
The penis park in Korea is a unique experience