A beautifully designed bookstore well worth a visit with English books in Seoul.
Provence Village is a cute little area of shops, cafes, and photo opportunities. Open daily from 8am until 10pm the village was our last stop of the day before dinner. We headed first to a cafe where I ordered a hot chocolate and enjoyed the Christmas music playing and the decorations outside. The menu at [...]
Japan is the home of some amazing pop-up shops and cafes. Some of them are insane, with reservation only that if you're not fast enough you'll never get the chance to try before they close. Which makes the permanent Sailor Moon store less stressful. Located in the half basement of Laforet in Harajuku are two [...]
After our brunch in Yeonnam-dong's Bagel MTL we went off in search of a cafe, our criteria being that it must have air conditioning and seating available. After wandering around for a bit found ourselves at Flying Scent lab. Flying Scent seems to be a boutique with artists work for sale (but no photos allowed). The [...]
A friend of mine met up with me in Seoul and wanted to check out a bookstore. He suggested What the book? in Itaewon. It's up on the 2nd floor. The entire store sells English books, children's books, comics, language study books, adult coloring books and used books. It was terrible. I was hoping after spending [...]
Cooking in South Korea can be difficult, where I live my food tends to go bad quickly and the options are limited. So if I want to get anything special I have to go somewhere else. Which is really bad for cold things. Since the holiday season is around I really wanted to buy candy [...]
One of the reasons we were in Garosugil in Gangam was because Mika wanted to try and do a healthy juice detox and wanted to stop by Mercy Juice. I didn't really know what to expect, too full from burgers and milkshakes to even think about sitting and drinking at a juice bar. Luckily though, [...]
When we'd visited the Tokyo Tower the evening before we passed a One Piece themed shop and cafe and I really wanted to go back and see them when they were open. So after trying on Yukata's in Harujuku we headed back to the Tokyo Tower to have lunch. We grabbed a menu and waited in [...]