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Daily Delights

[box_dark] Daily Delights Here are my suggestions for a great food day in Seoul. Written by Daniel Gray Photographed by Daniel Gray and Ryu Seunghoo [/box_dark]   HONGDAE is constantly growing, and it seems there are always cool new establishments to be discovered. The one problem is that nothing opens early, so it is suggested you […]

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Dongjak Station

South Korea’s Memorial Day falls on the 6th and the anniversary of the start of the Korean War on the 25th, making June an opportune time to pay respects to the fallen in Dongjak. Dongjak’s best real estate sits on a large hill below the city’s southernmost bend in the Hangang River. It’s home to some 165,000 residents, […]

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Ichon Hangang Park

[box_dark]ICHON HANGANG PARK | 이촌한강공원 Pleasant leisure space offers views, history[/box_dark]     Ichon Hangang Park is located on the north side of the Hangang River between Jungnangcheongyo Bridge and Wonhyodaegyo Bridge. Following the riverside, it’s a favorite location for walking and jogging thanks to its beautiful flowers— depending on the season, you might see reeds or cosmos flowers. You’ll […]

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Majangdong Beef Market & Sogyeokdong Kitchen

[box_dark] Majangdong Beef Market & Sogyeokdong Kitchen Written by Daniel Gray Photographed by Daniel Gray & Ryu Seunghoo [/box_dark]       [box_light] Majang-dong Ushijang: Beef Market Majang-dong area [/box_light] One of the wonderful aspects about Korean markets is that you can not only shop for food there but also take your food to restaurants and […]

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Garosu-gil: Trendy Gangnam street offers boutique shopping, fine dining

  [box_dark] GAROSU-GIL Trendy Gangnam street offers boutique shopping, fine dining Written by Curtis File Photographed by Ryu Seunghoo [/box_dark]   Whether you’re looking for luxury goods, posh lounges, or an afternoon of the arts, there are few areas better to visit than the treelined street known as Garosu-gil. Located in the famous Gangnam district, […]

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Hwasun: Searching for Korea’s Sacred Stones

[box_dark] HWASUN | 화순 Searching for Korea’s Sacred Stones Written and photographed by Peter DeMarco [/box_dark]     Hwasun, a large county about an hour southeast of Gwangju, looks like any other in Jeollanam-do. People call this area the “rice basket” of Korea. Wide-open terraced fields wedged between green rolling hills are all around. Farmers sit on wooden […]