• Seoul,  South Korea,  Travel

    [Seoul Series] Day 4: O'Sulloc Tea House and Nakwon Music Complex

    There are so many things going on that I just couldn’t complete my Seoul Series in one go but a promise is a promise, and I promised that I will post about our Seoul itinerary last March 2012 (it’s gonna be almost a year since our Seoul trip!). And since most of the hits, comments, or emails I’m getting are about Seoul, here you go. The second part of my Day 4 post. The first part is about Insadong in general, Ssamzie-gil, and Jogyesa Temple. This one is about O’Sulloc Tea House and Nakwon Music Complex.

  • Seoul,  South Korea

    [Seoul Series] Day 4: Insadong, Ssamzie-gil, Jogyesa Temple

    This is the Day 4 installment for my Seoul Series (which I started to document our visit to Seoul last March) and I’m going to break it down into several posts: Insadong, Ssamzie-gil, Jogyesa Temple O’Sulloc Tea House, Nakwon Music Complex N Seoul Tower Myeongdong, NANTA Theater The first two posts will focus mainly about where we went in the Insadong area and it will be helpful if I show you the map of Insadong. I have highlighted some of the interesting spots that you might want to check out.

  • Seoul,  South Korea,  Travel

    Seoul Series: Why I Love 126 Mansion

    After my posts on how to get a Korean visa and sharing our travel itinerary, here comes the next one to talk about the lovely guesthouse we stayed in while we were in Seoul last March 21-25. The guesthouse is called 126 Mansion in 126 Palpan-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. The guesthouse is located in the quiet but artsy neighborhood of Samcheong-dong. I haven’t stayed in a hostel or a guesthouse in any of my travels before because I am picky when it comes to hotels. However, as I was planning for our Seoul trip, I already had my mind fixated on staying in a guesthouse than in another corporate chain. I…

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