Hadong and Gurye

  Countryside charms and nature's beauty await along the banks of the Seomjingang River   Gazing southeast, the sun rises slowly but surely over the horizon. The Seomjingang River’s pristine waters reflect the morning light…

Old Is New Again

Young entrepreneurs use old buildings to give Seoul new life   “Dull, inert cities, it is true, do contain the seeds of their own destruction and little else. But lively, diverse, intense cities contain the seeds of their own regeneration,…
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Autorities Strengthen Regulations on International Marriages

Abuses of system prompt immigration authorities to act On April 24, the Korean daily Dong-A Ilbo broke news that Korea’s immigration authorities were planning to revise Korea’s immigration laws to ban Koreans who make under KRW 1.12…
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Namhansanseong Fortress  [box_dark] SEOUL OUTDOORS IT’S TIME TO GET OUTSIDE AND DO SOMETHING [/box_dark] Spring truly begins in earnest, making it the perfect time to take advantage of Seoul’s countless opportunities for…

Amseojae Pavilion

Amseojae, a scenic pavilion used by 17th century scholar Song Si-yeol during his time in exile in the Hwayang Valley, Goesan. Photo by Robert Koehler.

Bukhansan National Park

On the trail to Baegundae Park, Bukhansan National Park. Photo by Robert Koehler.