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Seoul’s neighborhood of Insadong holds a special place in my heart. The mix of old architecture and traditions with more modern ones is right up my alley. I’m highlighting a few of my favorite attractions in a series of posts on Insadong. See the first installment showing my visit to Jogyesa Temple and Cheonggyecheon during the Lotus Lantern Festival here. This time, we’re going to visit Ssamziegil.
Seoul’s neighborhood of Insadong holds a special place in my heart. The mix of old architecture and traditions with more modern ones is right up my alley. It’s here where you can stroll along a beautiful stream, explore art galleries, shop at various handicraft, artisanal and tchotchke/souvenir stores, sample yummy Korean food, or even visit an active Buddhist temple. I’ll be highlighting a few of these gems in a series of posts on Insadong. First, we’ll take a look at my visit to Jogyesa Temple and Cheonggyecheon during the Lotus Lantern Festival.
Downtown Uijeongbu is pretty much like any other small to medium sized city in South Korea. On Saturday nights, everyone from local Koreans to US military to other expats like myself can be … Read more
One Friday night in July I boarded a train from Yongsan station to Daechon for the Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon Beach. My friend’s boyfriend and another EPIK teacher graciously hosted 3 GEPIK … Read more