We were supposed to be in Busan for the International Film Festival, but tickets were hard to come by and so, finding ourselves at a loss for the afternoon we meandered down to Songdo beach. We’d heard rumours of a Sea Art Festival in the … Continue reading
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Seoul Lantern Festival 2011. The lanterns decorated a long stretch of the Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul and seemed like they were never ending. No one line likes lining up and believe me, the queue was long but these lanterns were … Continue reading
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In Danyang, Chungcheongbuk-do outside of the fully functioning train station there is a fabulous, brightly coloured old train serving refreshments to passers by. It was a glorious way to pass the time while we waited for a train that moved … Continue reading
It is unfair to suggest that this post is about only a day of enterprise when it is in reality documenting an entire lifetime of enterprise. Street side entrepreneurs occupy markets, town centres and street corners. These senior, Korean businesswomen work every day of the week, selling … Continue reading
Korea has fitness equipment on street corners. You can find it on the top of hills, outlooks, by the river or on the side of a main road. Anyone can use it and plenty of people do. This equipment is used … Continue reading
Insadong, Seoul is the place to be if you want experience the hustle and bustle of tourists and locals side by side. Insadong may be home to gimmicky displays of traditional Korean practices and crafts in the middle of the street … Continue reading
We are lucky to live extremely close to Buseok Temple. In my humble opinion it is one of the best temples to visit in Korea. It is rarely jam-packed unlike Bulguksa in Gyeongju and the view across the valley is gorgeous. … Continue reading
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