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Visit Museums Of Optical Illusions While Teaching In Korea!

Posted on Mon, Oct 27, 2014 @ 10:51 AM

I enjoy quirky, and I enjoy silly. Living in Korea, I've had countless opportunities to embrace both of these, but I've found the grandest display of ridiculous to definitely be in the form of the "trick" art museums. I've visited two different ones, and I must say -- if you enjoy acting like a kid and posing for outrageous photos, then this is a place for you.

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Tags: Teach English in Korea, art, fun days in korea, tourist attractions in Korea, what to do on the weekend, museums in Korea, trick eye, sight-seeing, Teach Abroad, Teach in Asia, Activities to do in Korea

Indoor Activities to Survive Summertime in Korea

Posted on Wed, Jul 09, 2014 @ 08:16 AM

Within the past week or two, I've felt a marked difference in the temperature outside. Specifically, what I've noticed is the humidity. While Korea's hottest days are still a month or so away, we also have the rainy season, which technically has already begun. So what to do on those weekends when you want to go explore and be social, but between the rain and/or the heat, you don't want to spend time outside? Well, check out this handy list of the top air-conditioned activities to check out in Seoul this summer! 

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Tags: museums, museum, Korea, seoul, Seoul Arts Center, mmca, trick eye, things to do in Korea, summer in korea, Weekend activities in Korea

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