I have four favorite Korean dishes and have mastered the art of cooking three of them. Over the next couple of weeks, I'll be sharing my recipes with you. I cannot take credit for these recipes since I got most of it from books and the help of Korean coworkers. I also adjusted some ingredients … Continue reading Kimchi Jjigae Recipe- easy, user friendly and delicious!
This is a little Myth Buster Post mixed with a great deal of nostalgia and a pinch of cynicism. Since arriving in Korea we were hearing so many things about Itaewon, some of it true, some of it not. So here goes- my personal experience and view of Itaewon. Living in a foreign country can … Continue reading Itaewon- Seoul
Spicy Korean Spice Cake Snack 🙂
Coming soon: •Itaewon- an honest opinion • Korean work-play culture •Korean recipes • Anmok, Gangmun and Gyeongpo beach ( Korean East Coast)
All about where I work and what it is like teaching at an English Camp in Korea.
Previously... In Part one of the Jeju Island chronicles, I explored Jeju City via the Golden Bus. In this post, I will explain attractions that are not so easily reached, or may require a bit more effort from your side. Jeju Starlight World Planetarium How to reach it: Take Bus 500 from Jeju International Airport to … Continue reading Travel Jeju Island – Part 2
At the end of 2016 I made a promise to try and uphold the Korean special days, or to at least do some lovey-dovey things with my husband. Here's how we went so far... 1. Bear Claw and Arcades- Never ever will I get tired of this. It's just so much fun and a love intensity … Continue reading Update: Couple-couple
About Jeju Jeju Island is an island in the Korea strait. It is a self-governing province and is considered as one of the 9 provinces of the Republic of Korea. The island itself is large and has two major cities- Jeju City and Seogwipo City. They are situated on the coast, one on each side … Continue reading Travel: Jeju Island – PART 1
To travel to Busan was one of my Korea Bucket list items. And I got to do it shortly after arriving in Korea. Here is a list of things to do, and places to visit. Many things I did during my 11 days did not make the list, simply because they are popular all over … Continue reading Travel: Bus to Busan
Korea is known for their traditional spa experiences, or as the locals call it - Jimjilbang. The jimjilbang is a mix between a sauna, a steam room, and a Turkish bath house. Here is the breakdown... Reception: Here you will pay for your experience, receive two towels, a key chain and get an outfit to … Continue reading Jimjilbangs and overcoming your fear of nudity