This Saturday, August 15th 2015, head to Brisbane city with family and friends for a great day out at the Korean Cultural Festival. Hosted by the Korean Society of Queensland the day includes live music and performances, children’s activities and food. Delicious food! Confirmed food tents/stalls include the following: Bibimbap (rice with various vegetables, mixed with… Continue reading 2015 Korean Cultural Festival In Brisbane
In Seoul, they say that the best place to view the Cherry Blossom trees is in Yeouido. I’d have to disagree. Every year, the soft petals of 1,400 trees bloom open to a pearlescent white, some with the faintest pink tinge, along the avenue and people flock from everywhere. We wanted to skip the crowds… Continue reading Hakoya And Cherry Blossoms
Yesterday we took a little family trip to a strawberry farm out in YangPyeong. There are many different farms open to the public in this area to visit, pick and eat at for a cost. We took the el cheapo farm at 12,500 won each, which ended up being an organic farm that don’t spray chemicals all… Continue reading Strawberry Farm Feast In Yang-Pyeong
Nothing quite as beautiful as the cherry blossom trees bursting into colour. This can’t come quick enough! Will definitely be heading to the temple next to COEX to marvel at the stunning blossoms. Spring break through already! Travel-Stained *In recent days, last year’s post about Cherry Blossom Festivals in Korea has become popular again on… Continue reading Where to Get your Cherry Blossom On in Korea: Updated for 2015
At the moment and since December, different gardens throughout Korea are putting on light displays to keep admissions up over the colder months. After seeing this on TV and finding out it was only a 1-1.5 hour drive away, I put in my request and a few days later we bundled up in our warm clothes… Continue reading Mat-Jibs And Fairy Lights: The Garden Of Morning Calm
This sounds fantastic, so cheap!
A few days back I read Seoul In Black And White’s post on free traditional Korean medicines at the UNESCO building in MyeongDong and got excited to try. Experience Oriental Medicine Center are offering cupping, acupuncture, massage and hanbok experiences for free to foreigners. I have a huge interest in traditional therapies/ natural medicines and combined with the fact… Continue reading Dog Cafe In MyeongDong