Saturday, February 21, 2015

Walking Down Garosu-Gil


Garosu-gil is famous for their artistic and unique fashion, and some brands that you find at Apgujung Rodeo like MCM. Other notable brands available there are Joyrich and Boy London.


덕수궁 DeokSuGung: Korean Royalty with a Neo-Classical Twist


Sarah's log: Day 2, Wednesday, 28 January. My friend had fallen sick so I couldn't go out with her. After a galbi soup brunch at Sinchon and a failed trip to Homilpat, I took a lonely ride towards Hongdae, but ended up with a detour to Deoksugung after seeing a post on Facebook about the palace. And WHAT JOY greeted me when I arrived at the palace gate. Deoksugung celebrates Culture Day every last Wednesday of the month, and Culture Day means free admission into the palace for the whole day until 6pm. YAY FREE ENTRY.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Dongdaemun Design Plaza


So I've taken a third trip back to Korea. This time, I checked out places that I hadn't been in 2013. One of them was Dongdaemun Design Plaza which was under construction the last time I was there. The plaza replaced the Dongdaemun Stadium, turning into the heart of Seoul's design scene. DDP showcases the works of different designers. From architecture to fashion, you can see the pride and progress of Korean arts. The plaza consists of 5 main areas that you can access:

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Studying in Korea: A Summer at Ewha Womans' University



This is the second installment of my study series. I spent my 2013 summer in Ewha Womans' University with two of my friends and also with their friends. Ewha Womans' University accepts male international students also so people tend to say that losers go to Ewha to get girls lol. My semester at Ewha was definitely different from Yonsei and I'll share why.

Studying in Korea: A Summer at Yonsei University


I'm back in Singapore now so there are no more future stories to tell. So for now, I will just give recounts of my past in Korea. First, I'll cover the three universities that I have attended. Yonsei International Summer School (YISS) was my first summer school in Korea. It happened in 2012, but I thought I'd give you guys a rough preview of my life in a summer school.

IMS Log 16: BWCW - Boy Who Cried Wolf


I found out through EXO's Showtime that the Boy Who Cried Wolf setting was actually real, so I scoured the net for the location. It was convenient visit that could coincide with my friends' plans to visit Garosu-gil. AHHH ROADTRIP. <----Whut.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014