I’ve had some interesting experiences eating out while abroad, but none as much fun as what went on in South Korea recently. Imagine three guys (the other two being John and Paul) roaming the streets unable to read, speak or even comprehend Korean and it was a recipe for a good time whichever way you spun it. Our story of eating in Korea isn’t a nightmare food story though, oh […]
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South Korea was never on my immediate list of MUST SEE countries but when the opportunity came up to go and spend a week there and attend the Korean Grand Prix I was hardly going to turn it down. After all, I grew up a country Aussie who may or may not have enjoyed the occasional thrill of driving his car like an idiot all in the name of burnt […]
On my recent visit to South Korea I was fortunate enough to tour along the Demilitarised Zone in South Korea. At Imjingak where the Freedom Bridge is located there are millions of prayer ribbons tied to the fence which I’m told have messages of hope, dreams and wishes for unification between North and South Korea. Even though I couldn’t read a word of what was written on them, I know […]
The Gyeonghoeru or Gyeonghoeru Pavilion is one section of the great Gyeongbokgung Palace (Royal Palace) located in Seoul. It was once used as a place to entertain and party during the Joseon Dynasty. Created almost entirely from Wood and Stone, the building would have made for an impressive place to entertain with the surrounding water for any would be guests of the Royal Family at the time.