My Top Five, Seoul.

Gykeonbukgung Palace – Slap bang in the middle of Seoul this beast of a palace looms out of the dramatic backdrop of Mount Bugak. The ancient home of the Joseon dynasty bustles with a thousand tourists making their way into the impressive grounds. As soon as you’ve passed the main (and most impressive/most restored) pagoda […]

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Gamcheon Cultural Village- Busan

Leaving the beach to finally be cultural we naturally made a beeline for the cultural village. This took an unexpected turn when we met a local on the Metro who said he would escort us. Now initially I was skeptical; I live in London so if that happened there, well it just wouldn’t. And they […]

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Clubbing in Hongdae.

Let’s start by talking about Sojo. It looks like water, it’s the percentage of wine and tastes like vodka. I’m not a massive fan of vodka, but it’s amazing how you forget all about this until your next shot and it’s an awful surprise all over again. We’d gone out for Korean BBQ with the […]

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DMZ – Seoul

It will always be the oddest tourist attraction I’ve ever been to. I’m glad I saw it, even if it’s just to say how odd it is. Our tour guide Angie was clearly a wealth of knowledge on the subject, unfortunately it was near impossible to comprehend a word she was saying, but aside from […]

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