Tag Archives: Seoul

The Day of the Bread Roll Epidemic.

There must be a shortage of bread rolls in Korea. I haven’t seen anything in the news and the bakeries seem fully stocked but there must be a shortage. There could be a rationing system in place that I wasn’t aware … Continue reading

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The Day Sunshine Hit Seoul.

After several days of non stop rain on our Korean summer tour, we had a welcome respite. We were finally able to put our umbrellas away and walk without sliding in our flip flops. All was well with the world. People appeared … Continue reading

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The Day We Saw Nanta

What was not to like? Seeing Nanta in Myeongdong, Seoul was excellent. If you told me that I would be over the moon to see corny, participation theatre when I lived in the UK, I would not have believed you. If … Continue reading

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The Days We Got Turned Away

Living in Korea is, on the whole, fantastic. Every day is a treat for the senses and the soul.  It helps that I work in a wonderful school with great co workers and have picked up a friend or two to brighten up … Continue reading

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The Day We Met Seoul

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The Day We Visited Ssamziegel

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

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The Day We Visited Buseoksa

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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