Seeing Alphonse Mucha art in person is just lovely.
Every year on the main road of Itaewon there's a global village festival. Restaurants from throughout the neighborhood set up booths so you can walk down the street and try food from all over the world. There's performances, cultural events, a parade, and an insane amount of people, more so then even usual, in Itaewon. [...]
As per our field trip madness on a wednesday afternoon we took 3 large buses down to Seoul to watch Jump a non-vocal martial arts comedy. I love non-vocal performances, things like Leterna Magica, where you don't need to know the language because they don't really use it. The same thing with street performance magic [...]
After dinner we headed out to Soul Train Vintage Music Lounge at 54-4 Itaewon-ro 27ga-gil. It wasn't what we were expecting which was a relaxed lounge with music and an opportunity to dance or sit and talk. Instead we found a small crowded space with limited seating and more people dancing drunkenly to the point [...]
Located near Sookmyung Womens University at 63-20 Cheongpadong 2(i)-ga, Yongsan-gu in Seoul is a small cafe with two raccoons. Animal cafes aren't anything new to Seoul. You can have a drink and try to play with cats or sit and eat cake with a small dog on your lap at many little cafes throughout Korea. [...]
There are several mural villages throughout Korea, little residential areas covered in art. The Ihwa Mural Village is located in Seoul in Ihwa-dong, Jongno-gu. It's open all year round and is filled with little shops and restaurants. A friend of mine had been wanting to check it out for awhile so we finally headed out one [...]