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Things to pack for your long Korea trip

So, for the very first time in my life, I’ll be spending more than 2 weeks overseas and it will be a whole 3 long months in Seoul, during the summer helping some friends of mine.

So here’s basically some ideas on what I’m bringing over there.

  • Passport (without this, you’re never going anywhere. It also allow foreigners to get discounts at certain places)
  • Money
  • Camera with chargers (1 Olympus mirrorless, 1 Sony action cam)
  • Laptop with charger
  • Mobile with charger definitely
  • Universal adapter

Daily necessities… Continue reading

My Autumn-Sonata in Nami Island

When Winter Sonata became a hit and people start noticing about Nami Island (南怡岛), I had to admit that I have yet to watch this drama, up until today. Nevertheless, being someone crazy about Korea, the words came to my ears pretty quickly. Yes, I have been to Nami Island twice, though not in the winter. Back in the year 2012 and 2013, during the same season in the Autumn, we find our way to the island by ITX train and taxi. It might sound difficult and troublesome to transit and catch a taxi, but never let these fool you. In my opinion, it’s probably the easiest place to visit out of Seoul on your own. Continue reading

What Autumn looks like in Seoul

Growing up in Malaysia gave me no chance to see other seasons in this country, only summer throughout the years. No cherry blossoms, no reddish leaves, nor any white Christmas.

Fall foliage, some called it. Better known as Autumn.

It’s finally past summer in Seoul, tree leaves turning reddish yellow, rain clouds cleared off revealing the clear blue sky, leaving the gloomy weather behind. Continue reading