As yet another year comes to a close, everyone seems to be focused on a) reflecting on the events of the past twelve months and b) carefully making to-do lists for the next year. When I look back on my most recent year in Korea, I feel quite accomplished. I managed to do a lot of sightseeing and exploring all around the country. As a result I decided to share with you some of my favorite Korean adventures of 2014. Here's part one of my 2014 recap of my favorite spots in Korea!
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Tags: Teach English in Korea, Teach Abroad, Teach in Asia, jeju, ihwa mural village, udo, seoul city wall, naksan
Seoul, for all of its skyscrapers and neon lights, still holds a significant amount of history. From the palaces to the quiet little neighborhoods that are a throwback to a different era, I'm always interested in finding the parts of Seoul that have retained some of Korea's long history. Last weekend, while wandering around the Ihwa Mural Village and feeling like I'd been transported back in time, my friends and I made the happy discovery of finding part of the old Seoul City Wall as we hiked along Naksan!
Tags: seoul, things to do, hiking, Activities to do in Korea, seoul city wall, Weekend activities in Korea