After being in Korea for more than three months it is safe to say that I have noticed some things I am not particularly fond of. These are things that not everyone does, but I have noticed them more often than not. Also, there are a bunch of things that you won’t find in America that I would gladly accept if they migrated across the Pacific.
Solo Adventure in Yeouido
Overall, I would say I am a rational person. However, I do get those impulsive tendencies where I just want to do something. Being in a different country has sparked the feeling more often than not. One of those impulsive trips was going to Yeouido. I didn’t know what I was going to do or where in Yeouido I wanted to go to — all I knew was that I wanted to go. I attempted to invite people to come along, but all were either busy or sick. The impulsive adventure had to also be a solo one.
All About K-Pop
Gangnam Style. Girls Generation. Big Bang.
The Korean Islands
Over the course of five days, I took over 700 photos, ate some of the most delicious barbecue and received stares from my fellow passengers as I slept on the floor of the train to go back home! I narrowed it all down to the best 65 photos that I think best capture my experience on Korea’s islands. Continue reading “The Korean Islands”
The Night Life
When the sun sets in Seoul, a whole different part of the city comes to life.
Pop-up stands get ready to showcase their wares and people start to gather around roadside performers. The shops are crowded and people are strolling about with piping hot street food in hand. The smell of food and chatter from the crowds of people fill the air.
Aztecs Blogging From Abroad: Meet Douglas
SDSU Be International Blogger Douglas is sharing his experiences from Korea. The Geography major is looking to trace his roots, a little nervous about living in a dorm and excited to speak Korean and immerse himself in a foreign yet familiar culture.