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Everyday Help’s Tomato Challenge
Everyday Help’s Tomato Challenge

Everyday Help’s Tomato Challenge May 21st we are taking a bus to the Dalseonng-gun Tomato festival, where there are amazing fun events, Tomato sliding contest, tomato eating contest, water gun fights and this time for the first time they are making an only foreigner gold ring hunt, so the odds of you finding the prize […]

Hallasan Gosari Festival is Just Another Option in Jeju!
Hallasan Gosari Festival is Just Another Option in Jeju!

Need more things to do when visiting Jeju? Stop by the Hallasan Gosari Festival. Hallasan?Gosari Festival takes places each year in April at Meochewat, Jeju. This year, the festival will hold various tour-themed programs, including an overnight visit and tour courses. Visitors can pick gosari (bracken) of their own, and local senior citizens will serve […]

Festivities, Events, and Activities for March and April
Festivities, Events, and Activities for March and April

Start planning your weekends with these wonderful events and festivals in March and April. You could be interested in anything, and there is probably something happening regarding that. Korea is always filled with celebrations locally and/or nationwide for everyone to add some enjoyment in their life. Here is a list of festivals and activities that […]

Exploring the Themed Cafes of Edae
Exploring the Themed Cafes of Edae

Two cafes ? such as 보통 사람 (“The Average Person”) and Rain Tree ? give you a good overview of what you will discover in the Edae area. Edae ? a term used to refer to the area around Ewha Womans University as well as the university itself ? is one of the most famous […]

Free Shuttle Bus For Foreigners

Shuttle bus service from Seoul to Jeonju will run from March to August 2014. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 8:00 from Seoul to Jeonju and 17:00 from Jeonju to Seoul, free shuttle buses will run for foreigners. Boarding will take place at Gwanghwamun Donghwa Duty Free parking lot in Seoul and Hanok Village parking […]

Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically
Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically

A Mexican grill that serves all of the authentic dishes that satisfies your Mexican cravings. Takorea Mexican Grill adds onto the development of cultural diversity in Korea. The restaurant is located in the heart of Daejeon and is run by Jacobo Olguin and his wife. Currently, Mexican restaurant in Korea have been changed into a […]

One of the 24 Jeolgi, Dongji
One of the 24 Jeolgi, Dongji

Get rid of evil spirits with dongji patjuk. Dongji is coming closer. It is December 22 and one of the 24 jeolgi (the sub divisions of the seasons) in Korea. Dongji (the winter solstice) is the longest night and shortest day of the year. Meaning “a day that ushers in the following year”, Dongji was […]

Passionate Desserts at Passion 5
Passionate Desserts at Passion 5

Passion 5 – Desserts designed with passion for better viewing and eating pleasure. ? As the holidays approach, more and more people seem to lean towards finding dessert cafes to keep things extra sweet. Passion 5 displays and serves the cakes can dazzle for any occasion. The designs for all of the cakes at Passion […]

There’s a New Sushi Guy on the Block
There’s a New Sushi Guy on the Block

Who can resist the rolls and sushi that keeps on flowing? Sushi is another one of my personal favorite types of food to eat. I actually have this bad habit of wanting to eat it every other week. I have been to all of the “famous” sushi restaurants around town. Shopping around downtown, I randomly […]

Rice Cakes (Tteok) Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth
Rice Cakes (Tteok) Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth

Rice Cake – Sweet enough to get you through the cold winter! Koreans enjoy eating tteok (rice cake) as a dessert or light snack. Tteok is a Korean sweet cake with glutinous rice flour. It is chewy, steamed or pounded rice dessert. On special days, tteok is a necessity. Wherever there is a major rite […]