So I’ve been a tour guide in Korea for a while now. During these years, I’ve seen a common pattern of tourist behavior. There’s the good, the ugly and then the totally innocent mistakes. I have jotted down what I believe are the top 10 common (and honest) mistakes they make when coming to Korea. … Continue reading Common Mistakes Tourists make when visiting Korea (part 1 of 2)
Just kidding. The mud is shallow and safe to play in and great fun! What’s probably now known as the most famous mud festival in the entire world, the 10 day Boryeong Mud Festival is came to another close last week. Another successful year it was. We went through tons of mud, a slew of … Continue reading Rolling in the Deep…Mud
South Korea is a nation of about 50 million people… ..of which, 24 million of us live in the greater Seoul area. That’s roughly half the entire population. 10 million of us live within the Seoul city limits, but then there’s an additional 14 million of us that live in these surrounding satellite cities like … Continue reading A brief look at the Seoul Metro and getting around
Tourism in Korea has been getting a bad rep these days due to tour companies thinking about money first. They have sneaky tactics, but there are some good companies out there that really want to do a good job for people coming to this country.
Coming to Korea from a country, say America, you will immediately feel how safe it is here. Lifestyle9.com just came out with their top 10 list of safest countries to settle. The top 4 countries are in Asia and they go as follows: Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea (America is #88). They only give … Continue reading KOREA IS VERY SAFE. SAFER THAN..