Seoul City is a perfect example of a city with diverse social identity where traditional meets modernity, cultural mixes with contemporary, and authenticity creates fusion with global influence. Getting around this city is much easier when you have these things in your travel bag. Continue reading “Top 10 Apps & Stuff: Essentials to have to survive your Seoul sole travel”
Among all countries I have been to, South Korea (so far) has the most variety of street foods available for everyone to munch on. Continue reading “Korean street food: A list for the spicy intolerant”
Coffee shops or cafés usually get a thumbs up and recommendation whenever it’s conceptualized with a one-of-a-kind approach. Dog, cat, book/study, photography art, board game, science fiction cafés – name it. They all have been the rage over the past several years. Let me share with you a café I went to in Seoul, South Korea that can definitely catch everyone’s attention. Good thing I discovered this (by accident) while reading a magazine on-board the plane to Incheon. Continue reading “Can’t get enough of cat and dog cafés? Shift to sheep café !”
Planning your future Seoul City tour on a budget? Staying at the heart of Seoul is cheaper than you think.
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Incheon International Airport has it all – public lounges, spas & saunas, casino, medical center, dry cleaning services, an ice skating rink, a golf course, etc. It may no longer has the title as “World’s Best Airport” (ranked 2nd this year 2015), but you have limitless ways to maximize your stay at the airport before you board for your flight. Here’s a list of activities you can do and facilities to go to that will make your last few hours in South Korea worthwhile. Continue reading “10 ways to kill time in Incheon International Airport”