Korea: Gyeongbokgung Palace

A visit to Korea will not be complete without seeing at least one palace. The most famous is Gyeongbokgung Palace. I can still remember the first time I went here and as far as I can remember, it’s pretty much the same from years ago and still as beautiful!  If you have limited time in Seoul, I would highly recommend visiting at least Gyeongbokgung…

Korea: Gangnam + Bukchon Hanok Village

Back to my Korea travel post! So aside from Nami Island and Petite France, as I shared HERE and HERE, I was able to go back to Gangnam and Bukchon Hanok Village. Prior to this trip, I can barely remember what these places looked like. Forgive the #TitaMoment as my last visit was 10 years ago! Haha! Gangnam Anyway, the moment I exited…

That First Feeling

“Epic”. This is probably how I would describe my 2016 travels. I had the chance to go back to some of my favorite travel destinations – Thailand, Korea, and Japan. Best of all, I was able to tick off two countries in my bucket list – Australia and New Zealand. I try my best to visit at least one place I’ve never…

Mt. Pamitinan Hike

First post for 2017, I thought of sharing one of the first things I did last 2016. Same day last year, January 2, 2016, my friends and I decided to go on a hike. It was my second climb (first was in Nepal).

Korea: Petite France

After going to Nami Island, we hop on the bus again to go to Petite France. (You can see my Nami Island post and the details of this hop on hop off bus here: http://lushangel.com/2016/11/30/korea-nami-island/) Petite France is a French-style theme park that was constructed in July 2008 in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It serves as both a French cultural village and a youth training…

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