China within Korea: Incheon’s China Town

Ni Hao! Let’s explore little China seated within Incheon where you can find so many things to see, and of course to eat! Korea’s only Chinatown, and also the largest one, Incheon’s China Town features an 11-meter high Chinese style gateway or paifang. Back then, space is intended for trading Chinese goods, where stores and…

Everything Kimchi: Museum Kimchikan

You’ll probably go crazy over kimchi while exploring this food museum that’s exclusive only for Kimchi. Considered as Korea’s most staple food, kimchi has become a trademark to the Korean food culture. The Museum Kimchikan or formerly known as the Kimchi Museum, is no doubt hailed as one of the best food museums in the…

The Best Way to Enjoy Poop: Poo Poo Land

While some amusement sites and attraction give you a dreamy and fairytale-ish experience, the Poopoo land will probably give you the sudden urge to poop! Everything poopie, and everything about toilets are funnily exhibited here. This one-of-a-kind Poop experience playground will make you experience how to get digested. Yes you read it right! One can…

Hoe-deopbap : Raw fish over rice

The perennial Korean favorite bibimbap takes on several forms and hoe-deopbap is one of the many unique ways to excite the food adventurers. The hoe-deopbap highlights the use of the freshest fish and then various vegetables served uncooked on top of steamed rice – in fact, the only thing that might have gone through fire…

Commemorating Peace: War Memorial of Korea

The War years are indeed the most devastating period of the human history. Despite how successful the nation of Korea is, it has experienced long war period from the hands of foreign invaders and even with their own brothers. The War Memorial of Korea is intended to honor the sacrifices of the soldiers, peacekeepers, and…

Seopjikoji: The Pride of East Coast

Also a must- see place for Kdrama fans who wanted to experience the romantic ambiance from their favorite striking Kdramas, Seopjikoji which is situated at the end of the eastern shore of Jeju Island is a place that you need to get your feet on. Seopjikoji was once called “Seopji”, the old name for the…

Dwaejibulgogi: The red hot chili bulgogi

There are two primary differences in bulgogi and dwaejibulgogi – the latter uses pork for its meat, and it’s spicy. Here again, the emphasis is the Korean spiciness. Bulgogi is meat marinated in soy sauce, but dwaejibulgogi is marinated in gochujang sauce, and then cooked via grilling, pan-frying or over charcoals. There isn’t much difference…

Bulguksa Temple: The Representative Relic of Gyeongju

Designated as a World Cultural Asset for its historical origin, outstanding stone relics and high-value, ancient artifacts it still has in store, originally called ‘Hwaeom Bulguksa Temple’ or ‘Beopryusa Temple’, Bulguksa Temple is the representative relic of Gyeongju was built in 528 during the Silla Kingdom, in the 15th year of King Beop-Heung's reign (514-540).…

The Amusing Wax Figures in Grevin Seoul

You’ve never seen all the famous people, celebrities and historical figures of Korea plus the most renowned politicians, idols, artists and stars from the entire world gather in one place! While most of you think they’re busy with their hectic schedules, TV guestings, scholarly duties, and even dead, believe me or not, they’re all chilling…

The White Sand Beach of Hyeopjae

A good place to go after a long stroll at Hanrim Park, and guaranteed as the most romantic place to watch a natural exhibition which we all loved: the view of the sunset contrasting with the pink and orange skies, Hyeopjae Beach located just on the western side of Hanrim Park (and is a part…