Get the ultimate banchan feast for only W8,000/ S$9.63 per person when you dine at Sigol Bapsang in Itaewon, Seoul.
By banchan feast, we do not mean 10 or even 20; we are referring to a whopping 30 banchan dishes, including rice and tofu soup on your dining table! Saying that you are spoilt for choice is an understatement at Sigol Bapsang.
The traditional Korean eatery opens for 24 hours daily, so you can come here for a filling meal at any time of the day. READ ON
One of the hottest destination to see and be seen in Seoul right now is Garosu-gil. The place is home to tons of cafes, independent fashion labels, bars and so much more. Since it is not possible to cover the entire area within a trip, we decided to revisit this lifestyle destination again.
One bakery cafe that caught our attention on the spot is Mr. Holmes Bakehouse. This popular bakery hails all the way from San Fransisco, California and specialises in crusty croissants, a mouthwatering array of baked goods and house brew coffee.
When you are in Garosu-gil, do not forget to include Mr. Holmes Bakehouse into your must-go list. READ ON
Talk about Samgyetang (Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup) in Seoul and many will point you to Tosokchon.
There are often arguments about how Tosokchon is touristy/ meant for tourists, but there is no denying that this institution serves one of the best Samgyetang renditions in Seoul. And it is actually pretty reasonably priced!
If you haven’t already tried it, here’s what you are missing out on.
K-dramas is still one of the hottest forms of entertainment in today’s society.
If you have watched a Korean drama before, you know how addictive it can possibly get, and once hooked, it is so difficult to tear yourself away from the screen. Productivity basically declines.
If you are visiting Korea soon and you are a fan of K-dramas, we have put together a list of filming locations in Korea that you must visit. If you are lucky enough, you may even witness the filming of a drama at these locations or even spot one of your favourite celebrities!
Here are 7 Popular Filming Sites In Korea That All Korean Drama Fans Must Visit.
The seasons don’t matter because Seoul is ever popular, and the world loves this Korean city for many reasons. Apart from all the K-pop stars and Korean dramas that the world is crazy about, Seoul offers a good mix of shopping, food, arts and culture, and history.
Of course, traveling to a city with such a booming tourism industry often means that a trip there can get pretty heavy on our wallets. We understand the pain of having to pay for exorbitantly-priced hotels.
We have sussed out 12 Hotels in Seoul under S$200 a night that you can consider for your next trip. You are welcome.
A trip to Seoul is always refreshing—for the soul, for the wardrobe and beauty cabinet, for the tummy. However, the city can get a little too bustling and crazy, so much so that it is overwhelming.
If shopping all day every day is not your thing, or even if you are just looking for a little more sightseeing outside of the city, day trips might just be what your itinerary needs.
Take a look at these 7 Most Fulfilling Day Trips From Seoul, and set off for an adventure that does not just involve facial masks and day-to-night retail therapy.
Myeong-dong is one of the most popular areas in Seoul, and it is renown for its extensive cosmetics shopping and street food.
Staying in Myeong-dong makes it all too convenient to travel around when taking a holiday in Seoul, and it is one of our favourite areas because it has everything that you would possibly need – shopping, food, public transport…
Here are 10 Hotels in Myeong-dong That You Can Stay At For Under S$200 Per Night. This should help you with some savings!
Established in 1964 under the name “Jangsugang”, the restaurant changed its name to Myeongdong Kalguksu in 1966, and finally settled on Myeongdong Kyoja in 1978.
This inconspicuous restaurant in Myeongdong is like a secret hideout. It sits on a dodgy alley, but if you managed to locate it, step right in and you are definitely in for a great meal.
Of noodles and dumplings, Myeongdong Kyoja is well-loved by both locals and tourists for its unpretentious and inexpensive fare.