Category: Things to Do

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Volunteering in Korea: Part 1

Picture from http://www.holtinternational.org/ Recently, I contacted one of this blog readers; Miera who had volunteered at Molly’s Home Holt Ilsan Orphanage in Ilsan, South Korea. I was totally inspired and awed by her patience and willingness to present her love and time for the needy there. The kind hearted Miera has agreed to...

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Ice Skating in Seoul

Winter is here and it’s time to sharpen your skating skill!! ^^ Honestly, I don’t know how to skate at all and it’s natural to envy Kim Yuna’s skill ^^. No intention to learn it though cause I love snowboarding more than skating. Snowboarding invokes a different kind of adrenaline rush for...

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Snow Sledding in Seoul

When I went to Phoenix Ski Resort in December 2009, I thought that the slopes were way too dangerous for kids and children below 7 years old to enjoy with their family. Not only that; to learn skiing or snowboarding at the ski resort will need you to rake out another 50,000...

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Everland or Lotte World?

Theme parks. I know, I’m too old for this one hahah. But, age doesn’t matter if you want to chill out with your friends to be kid again, at heart or chill out with your kids. Hmm..I love theme parks because of the scary, almost peeing in your pants type...

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KTX – Korea Bullet Train

This might sound ridiculous to you but one of the things that I wanted to try in Korea was riding KTX (Korea Bullet Train). I guess there are so many reasons why tourists want to visit Korea, right? ^^ Albeit a silly one like mine. The history of KTXOfficial Website:...

Seoul Women’s Film Festival : 8 – 15 April 2010 0

Seoul Women’s Film Festival : 8 – 15 April 2010

The 12th Women’s Film Festival in Seoul will kick off its eight-day run on April 8 at Artreon Theater in Sinchon, Seoul, featuring 102 movies from 27 countries under the theme of “See the World through Women’s Eyes.” The film festival specializes in women’s perspectives and related issues. “This year,...