Seoul’s public transportation system is nothing short of amazing, particularly when compared to that of Los Angeles. The last time I was in Seoul (5 years ago) I didn’t take any buses and I don’t recall what the subway was like, so I can’t comment on how it’s changed in recent years. I can, however, tell you what it’s like now. Continue reading
Warning: you may be hungry after reading this post.
I haven’t posted pictures of food in a little while, and I promised this would be a food and travel blog, so here are some snapshots of my meals here in Korea.
After my lunch at Starbucks yesterday, I met up with my cousin Jiyoung in 홍대 (Hongdae), a neighborhood just one subway stop away from where I’m living. Hongdae is similar to Sinchon in that it’s also a bit of a college town; it’s home to Hongik University. Continue reading