Yongin Folk Village

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  1. Kay says:

    Hi Zarina was surfing e web for info on travelling to seoul and found yr blog, lots of useful info. R u studying there? I had always wanted to travel there and live for a while to experience their language and stuff but do not know how to start. Can you share how you did it?? 😉 will be grest to hear from you.


  2. Zarina Jani says:

    Hi Kay,
    Thanks for dropping by the blog. ^^
    I wasn't studying in Korea but just traveling for about 6 months and teaching English to kids in Gangwondo for a while.

    I quit my job on Sept 2009 and decided to travel by myself to Korea. For Malaysian, we have 90 days entry without visa to Korea and I enjoy couchsurfing and Wwoofing which I had done before in Japan 2007.

    Just check the posts under itinerary, accommodation label to plan your travel.

    If you need my help, just email me at zemoneko@gmail.com

  3. Kay says:

    Wish i have yr courage, havent travelled alot let alone travel alone. Btw i'll be going Seoul nxt yr with a few friends. Hope i can do Woofing/couchsurfing e next time. R u still travelling in Skorea or back in Msia? I heard that Buamdong is very nice with small cafes, have u been there?


  4. Zarina Jani says:

    Hi Kay,
    how are you doing?
    S.Korea is pretty safe for a lady to travel alone. Just be conscious and aware of your surrounding.

    I am now back in Malaysia.

    I've never been to Buamdong yet. Seoul is so big that I hope I had more time to explore it. Nevertheless, Buamdong seems to be a pretty artistic place to stroll and enjoy. ^^

  5. says:

    LOve this place!!

    Cuma x sempat nak gi kt tempat yg ada buaian tu sbb time constraint..

    it was our 2nd day being there (in korea) & masih lagi terjakun2 wahhh sana wahh sini… last2 tak sempat tour habis kampung ni huhu..

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