Cheongwadae Sarangchae is filled with joy and stories of hope. Opened on January 5, 2010, Cheongwadae Sarangchae is a multi-purpose exhibition hall where visitors can learn about the past, present and future visions of Seoul and Korea. The museum is a place to get to know the lives and accomplishments of former Korean presidents […]
Seoul Land has gone through transformation to welcome popular cartoon characters into their park. Seoul Land has been hosting the Character Festival since March 23 and will run through June 9. Just in time of the festival, Seoul Land launched six newly transformed rides. These transformed rides are based on the six different popular cartoon […]
The Seoul International Film Festival begins this weekend. Lots of good entries this year. They also have a very good English site that profiles the films and also has a lot of online films that can be watched from the comfort of a smoky PC bang.
I don’t have interior shots as of yet, but last month, when walking through Itaewon, I saw the development of Los Amigos. A Mexican franchise based out of Indonesia with live music, margaritas, and Mexican. They’re open now, but will be doing a grand opening party on May 30. This could eventually be the death […]
Sinchon and Haebangchon are like Jan Brady’s of Seoul nightlife. Always in the shadow of their more popular sisters of Hongdae and Itaewon, respectively. And our wiki has also failed to pay its due respect to those areas, with nary a wiki page yet, whereas we’ve made a good dent in the more famous two. […]