I recently went to South Korea and came back with new prescriptive on life. It was 3 weeks in beautiful South Korea. I managed to visit 2 cities which are both so different from each other; Seoul and Busan. I know most people have a plan when going for such a trip but I went with just some work itinerary and open diary to do what ever. I am glad I did as my experience in South Korea went beyond my expectations.
On this trip to South Korea, I got to meet some wonderful people. They made traveling through Seoul and Busan exciting and interesting. I stayed at a few hostels as part of my work, so I can say solo traveling changes alot. Lazy Fox Den is a hostel that felt like home. Its a hostel where I met some amazing people from all part of the world. I can remember alot of Chimaek (Chicken and Beer) nights.
Seoul is a city that made me feel like I was not far away from home. It’s full of life, good food, alot of history and nice people. Its a busy city but a great one to be in. I got to check alot of my bucketlist being in Seoul ( more to come on that).
Busan felt like a different world from Seoul but really nice. It’s the city that I am more drawn to. Its less congested, alot of fresh air, nice beaches and locals are even friendlier.
Over the next few post I will be giving you details of the where I went, what I did and what I can advise especially before going to South Korea and being there. Everything I write is based on my experience.
17 thoughts on “Travel: South Korea- A Sneak Peek Of Whats To Come.”
The best way to relive a travel experience is by way of looking at the pictures and reading the blog. You actually took us to this place with you.
It looks like you had a truly amazing trip, thanks for sharing!
What a great sneak peak post! I hope you had a wonderful trip. =0)
I’ve heard so much about how gorgeous south Korea is and i can’t wait to visit it…Soon…
Busan is really wonderful, I have heard a lot about it.
Thanks for sharing the post.
One of the beautiful place that I would love to visit is South, Korea and I am so excited to hear your story, guidelines and tips with regards to this trip. Enjoy!
It’s really great that you enjoyed so much with your visit in South Korea,how I wish to explore SK soon. Such a beautiful country and lovely people.
I lived in Seoul and I think you’re right that it’s a busy city, but a good one to be in. There’s a lot going on, but it’s also a place that you can make feel like home 🙂
Seoul looks like a beautiful place to visit. But I can see why Busan felt like a different world. Great that its less congested, wit a lot of fresh air, nice beaches and locals are even friendlier.
That is a nice travel post. Looks like you had a lot of fun!
Its our dream to visit Korea someday soon! Glad you have it covered!
That’s interesting how it’s less populated in that area. I’ve always imagined South Korean to be overpopulated.
Your smiling face is a living proof of a marvelous time spent in a great company) thank you for sharing your bliss with us.
I love travel blogs. Liked reading your article. I specially liked your lively and jovial face which proves you had an amazing trip
I really want to go to South Korea because I want to see the country, eat food, and experience the culture. Also, it is only an hour away!
I have been thinking about visiting South Korea for sometime now but it hasnt panned out as yet. Loved your pictures and after reading your post, I want to visit like now!
I’ve heard a lot about South Korea. Are you planning to cover more about it?