Seeing Alphonse Mucha art in person is just lovely.
There is too much to do at the Expo park. Three hours is not enough. So many beautiful plants, education and cultural activities and a stunning aquarium.
Went for the impressionist art, stumbled upon a goldmine of beautiful work by Degas in relation to his work focused on the Paris Opera.
Suggestion: Go early and maybe start in the gardens which open an hour before the palace. Also expect a lot of exercise. This place is immense.
Looking for something to read? Just want to wander around looking at books for awhile then grab a coffee? Want to see what the indie book art and zine scene looks like? Seoul Book book is a book depository with a little bit of everything for any kind of bookworm.
Of course my favorite part of the museum was for kids.
A beautiful stained glass museum in Otaru whose stained glass is from the same century and time as the building it's displayed in but not from the same country.
I had made it to the Stranger Things pop up before it closed.
I was invited to the Seoul International Handmade fair and has a blast looking at things and even bought some DIY kits to test.
Gardens of the Bay is a beautiful and extensive green area in Singapore with impressive flower collections and conservatories as well as host to the iconic Supertree grove.