Pizza, burgers, poutine and board games!
Want to see how life may have been like in the 70's and 80's in Korea or in the mood for some nostalgia? Check out this annual festival in Gwangju.
A cafe named after a book, filled with books, and plants that I loved.
Free observatory! A bit of a hike to get to if you're taking public transit but you can also take a taxi or car up to the observatory and make an easier trip.
What do you usually do when you're the only one asked to do something but there are others in the same situation who are left alone? I usually do as I'm asked and then later tend to be confused about why it's just me and try to make up excuses for them. Like maybe the other people are more intimidating than I am or when I wasn't looking they just flat out refused. It's awkward though. The food's good at least.
A park full of learning opportunities and cute dogs.
During this trip I ate a ridiculous amount of pancakes.... This was the start.
Managed to not accidental book a love motel this time. Pretty sure in Korea everyone accidentally books one at one point.
In 2018 a lot of holidays fell in the middle of the week, Hangul day (the celebration for the language) fell on a Tuesday. At my school our principal, like many others, decided to give us Monday off as well, thus resulting in a four day weekend. Part of me just wanted to stay home. [...]
Stories need to be shared, tales need to be told. This exhibition left me art drunk and several times nearly in tears.