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Seoul Forest: An escape from the city that never sleeps

Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 @ 09:39 AM

Seoul is a bustling busy city that is constantly on the move every day. Korea is notorious for having 24 hour convenient stores and services. It is no joke when people tell you that Seoul is a city that never sleeps. After living in New York and experiencing a city that never sleeps, I can assure you that Seoul is indeed a restless city that is filled abundantly with energy.  With that being said, all of us need that sweet city escape, that retreat which clears the mind with a peace and serenity. Seoul has plenty of hidden places just like these, and Seoul Forest is one of these secret pleasures.

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Tags: picnic, things to do in Korea, seoul, Activities to do in Korea, sports in Korea, brunch, relaxing, Seoul forest, park, Hangang river, forest

Sun, Sand, and the Sea: Teaching in Busan

Posted on Mon, Jul 22, 2013 @ 04:00 PM

Welcome to the summer capital of South Korea! I really won the jackpot when I was offered a place in Busan to teach. It is gorgeous here, and with my weekends and most of the day free, I have plenty of time to explore. Since summer is just around the corner (right after the rainy season), the weather will soon be prime for beach time.

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Tags: relax, summer in korea, fun days in korea, relaxing, Beaches in Korea, Weekend activities in Korea

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