SEOUL DIARIES 016: SNAPSHOTS @ INSADONG

You know you’re in Insadong when traditional imperial-entertainer masks are sold at every corner. And you find loads of antiques at pretty good prices. There’s the occasional fabulous art gallery. And tourist traps with iconic Korean souvenirs. Not forgetting name-stamps! I think these are just so cute. When I get to graduate school, I’m getting oneContinue reading “SEOUL DIARIES 016: SNAPSHOTS @ INSADONG”

SEOUL DIARIES 010: HAN RIVER 한강

Mission Crossing the Hannam Bridge 한남대교 Accomplished! With this incredible view of Seoul’s Han River before me, the feeling is indescribable. Basically, I walked from Hannamdong (Itaewon district) to the other end of Hannam Bridge, which connects to Sinsa-Dong and Gangnam-Gu. The closer I got to the bridge’s midsection, the wind got crazy. I swear it’sContinue reading “SEOUL DIARIES 010: HAN RIVER 한강”

SEOUL DIARIES 009: SNAPSHOTS OF HANNAMDONG

  xoxo, Viktoria Jean

SEOUL DIARIES 007: ITAEWON

March 23, 2014: DAY FOUR Itinerary [10:00 AM] Breakfast @ Thanks Nature Cafe 양카페 – Hongdae [10:59 AM] Grabbed Kyeran Bang 계란 빵 from a street stall! My favorite street food from Korea! [11:00 AM] Travel to Itaewon! [11:20 AM] Sat down for a strawberry latte at Glamorous Penguin. Also to leech onto their WiFi for Google Maps. [12:00 PM]Continue reading “SEOUL DIARIES 007: ITAEWON”

SEOUL DIARIES OO5: HANGANG PARK

March 22, 2014: DAY THREE I picked the perfect day with a gorgeous weather to explore the Yeouido Park! The trail cuts off at an intersection before leading to Yeouido Hangang Park (여의도 한강공원), which faces the Han River. Following this park trail, you can choose to jog along Han River or cross over toContinue reading “SEOUL DIARIES OO5: HANGANG PARK”

SEOUL DIARIES OO4: YEOUIDO PARK

March 22, 2014: DAY THREE Bright and early, I was up and headed for Yeoinaru Subway Station. When I found Yeouido Park (a short walk away), the place was already filled with morning joggers, cycling couples and the brisk-walking elderly! The park is divided into theme-based sections: the Traditional Korean Forest, Grass Square, Culture Square, and Nature’s Ecosystem Forest.Continue reading “SEOUL DIARIES OO4: YEOUIDO PARK”