Korean food

Each country has its own specialities for food. You may think that Korean food is similar to Chinese and Japanese ones. Indeed, they have some common ingredients such as noodles, rice, lots of side dishes. Except of that Korean food is really particular. First of all, it’s really spicy. Secondly, you don’t eat one main […]

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Seoul from above

What’s better that watching a city from above? Through this perspective, we are able to admire the perspectives, the architecture, the colors and the main soul of the city. This is why I went to see Seoul from day and night on the top of two hills. The first one was during the day on Bukhansan […]

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A modern Seoul

As you may guess Seoul besides being the capital of Korea is also a modern city. Everyone know the electronic brands like Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Kia etc … These big companies actually propelled the economy of the country during the 90’s. Nowadays, if you go in Korea you will see a lot of high buildings, […]

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Korean markets

Markets in Korea are everywhere! If you are going to Korea you can’t miss one because they are in every city. When I first came in Korea I visited some markets because it’s really different from my country. However, once you started to live there, markets are just places where you can find cheap products […]

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Seoul’s palaces

One of the most touristic attractions of Seoul is visiting its palaces. However, there is more than one… there are 3 famous ones. All of them are similar but at the same time they are really unique and have their own particularities. If you have time in Seoul to visit the 3 of them it’s […]

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Korean traditional dances

All over Korea, tradition is important. Most of the time it’s seen through the clothes, the food, manners… another way to discover Korea is through dances. When I was in Seoul, I saw a show of Korean dances with traditional clothes and musical intruments. Here few pictures of these dances.            

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A day in Busan

I couldn’t stay in Korea for almost 6 months and not go in the second biggest city of the country. However, I did realize that at the end of my trip so I didn’t have much time to spend there. But in one day I decided to see as much as I could ! So […]

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Korean traditional clothes: Hanbok

People dressed in traditional clothes can be seen all around the country but more especially in Seoul. Koreans love to wear them for special occasions or just to enjoy . The Korean traditional cloth called Hanbok is different depending on the gender. Women’s hanbok is stylish, colorful and elegant with its short jacket and long skirt. […]

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