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Exploring Korea: Easy Day Trips from Seoul

Posted on Wed, Jul 16, 2014 @ 01:54 PM

By "day trip" I mean just an hour or two of travel from Seoul, with activities that can be accomplished in one day, and time to get all the way home again before bed. Technically, anywhere in the entire country could be seen as a day trip as it's approximately the size of Indiana, but here are my favorite spots that are really easy to get to and from. 

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Things to Do in Korea: Exploring Chinatown in Busan

Posted on Fri, Apr 11, 2014 @ 09:53 AM

Across the street from Busan Station, there are many buildings adorned in Chinese characters and painted in red. It's Busan's Chinatown! There are a lot of traditional Chinese foods to be found, side-by-side with some Russian restaurants as well. If you are getting off the train from another Korean city at Busan Station, it is definitely worth a visit!  

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Tags: busan, Chinatown, dumplings, Activities to do in Korea, teaching in Korea

Explore Korea's Chinatown in Incheon

Posted on Fri, Feb 21, 2014 @ 01:00 PM

Incheon, Korea is a landmark for having the best airport in the world year after year. It is still my favorite airport in the world and trust me, I have been to quite the number of airports this past year with all of the traveling done. In addition to having the best airport in the world, Incheon is also known to be the one place that the locals go to for their Chinatown. Although Chinese food and Chinese goods in Korea has its Korean influences, the Chinatown in Incheon is still worth a visit for their food.

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Tags: Korea, Asia, Chinatown, incheon, things to do on the weekends, Activities to do in Korea, teaching in Korea

Top 5 Must-See Spots in Incheon, Korea!

Posted on Thu, Jun 06, 2013 @ 04:00 PM

When Aclipse helped me get placed at a Chungdahm branch in Incheon in November 2011, I immediately started doing my research. I was pleased to see that it's the third largest city in Korea and it's next door to Seoul -- meaning popping into the city for weekend adventures would be a cinch. However, I quickly noticed that there's a serious lack of Incheon-coverage in the blog world. So, I present, in no particular order, my top 5 spots to check out in Incheon! 

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