If you enjoy sitting at cafes, sipping a cup of coffee and watching the world pass by, then South Korea might be the place for you. There’s a cafe at almost every corner – Hollys Coffee, Cafebene, Starbucks, Paris Baguette, etc. But there are also many themed cafes around, and the Hello Kity cafe is one of those.
No holiday to Korea is complete without a visit to at least one of its palaces. I have seen four palaces so far, and I think the best is probably Gyeongbukgung. If you only have time to visit one, then Gyeongbukgung is the one you should go to, after all, it was the main palace during the Joseon dynasty.
I spent one month at Yonsei University studying Korean language back in the summer of 2011.
Here is a look at the campus:
This is where I went to every morning (except weekends) for Korean classes — the Korean Language Institute. It is quite a nice building complete with air-conditioning, a corner with computers for students to use, a canteen, and also a link way with shops selling stationary, mobile phones etc.
This meal made quite an impression on me because it was my first-ever meal in Korea, and most importantly, it was delicious!
June 26, 2011
On the first day of my long-awaited maiden trip to South Korea, it rained. Continue reading “[Travel/Korea] My first day in South Korea”