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  • A Morning Cuppa at Kissa Kissa

    A Morning Cuppa at Kissa Kissa
    One dreary morning in Seoul, I woke up a bit earlier than my travel companions. Thinking to let them snooze a little longer, I loaded in a new roll of film into my camera and decided to explore the intriguing back lanes of our neighbourhood.
  • Seoul, Behind the Scenes

    Seoul, Behind the Scenes
    On the last days of my trip, I decide to explore my neighbourhood a little more thoroughly.
  • Seoul Forest, where Sculptures, Children and Deer Meet

    Seoul Forest, where Sculptures, Children and Deer Meet
    Months before, during the planning of our trip, we chanced upon the mention of Seoul Forest in one of the Seoul guide books. We have never heard of it and we were intrigued that it has an eco-forest where there were deers!
  • Films, Cameras, and a Wedding in Bali

    Films, Cameras, and a Wedding in Bali
    A month ago, two college seniors of mine got married in Bali. I was lucky enough to be invited to their wedding and I was really excited to capture their special day on film. For me, this was the first time I had attended a wedding since I started shooting with film and I had no idea what to expect.
  • Letter from Home Cafe

    Letter from Home Cafe
    In an unassuming block near Konkuk University, next to a convenience store, stands a little coffee and flower shop named Letter From Home. Its windows are lined with potted plants, one might walk on by thinking that it is a flower shop. But wait, push open the door, and the enticing scent of pancakes and coffee wafts out.
  • Heyri Art Village

    Heyri Art Village
    Heyri Art Village, nestled among the hills of Paju, is the ideal spot for those who are after a little peace, quiet and culture after the excitement that is Seoul.
  • Zoo Coffee, a Menagerie in a Coffee Cup

    Zoo Coffee, a Menagerie in a Coffee Cup
    What do you do when you see a gigantic white tiger and a panda looking down at you from a three-storey building? You go in, of course! Welcome to Zoo Coffee at Samcheong-dong!
  • Historic and Artistic Jeongdong Street

    Historic and Artistic Jeongdong Street
    After catching the NANTA Cookin’ Show at the Jeongdong Theatre, take a left and stroll down the historic Jeongdong Street towards the Deoksugung Palace. Jeongdong Street lies in the centre of Seoul and has a wealth of colonial heritage hidden within its tree-lined cobblestone walks.
  • Coffeest Cafe

    Coffeest Cafe
    I first read about Coffeest Café on the blog, discoveringkorea.com which all travellers planning a trip to Korea should read before their trip. It touted Coffeest as one of the best cafes in Seoul so how could I not include it on my list of cafes to visit?
  • Changgyeonggung Palace

    Changgyeonggung Palace
    Located in central Seoul, Changgyeonggung (Changgyeong Palace) is one of the Five Grand Palaces of the Joseon Dynasty and one of the best spots for viewing the cherry blossoms in spring.
  • Kyunghee University, the Most Beautiful Campus in Korea

    Kyunghee University, the Most Beautiful Campus in Korea
    Kyunghee University’s Seoul campus is considered as the most beautiful campus in the Korean nation. In the spring, the cherry blossom trees bloom lushly around the campus, making walking to school a pleasurable experience rather than a dreary drudge.
  • Cheonggyecheon Stream

    Cheonggyecheon Stream
    Cheonggyecheon is a 5.8km stream that stretches through downtown Seoul towards the Han River. Once an eyesore, it is now an oasis of cool tranquility when tourists and Seoulites need a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.
  • Banteay Srei: A Pink Fairyland of a Temple

    Banteay Srei: A Pink Fairyland of a Temple
    Anyone who has visited the Angkor region knows that Angkor Wat is a magnificent structure, deserving of all the accolades that have been heaped on it. But somewhere in the north, there is a small temple named Banteay Srei that will steal your heart.