A caffeine lovers haven, Seoul definitely does not lack for incredible cafes. So much so, that you can’t come to Seoul and not schedule in some time for cafe hopping! The Seoul cafe culture is like no other I’ve ever experienced. Here you can find every cafe imaginable, from Style Nanda’s pink cafe to my
Cosy Little Airbnb In Itaewon We have officially found the cutest Airbnb in Itaewon, Seoul! Back in April, Jim and I stayed at the absolutely adorable little apartment for a few days in Seoul. We’d been in the city for around a week and were looking to move somewhere cosy and affordable but also somewhere
There were so many gardens across Seoul that we were looking forward to visiting, but none more so that the Huwon Secret Garden of Changdeokgung palace. Tickets to the garden are sold on a first come first serve basis, and you have to visit during one of the tour times. We were so lucky that
I love an urban green space, and as soon as we booked flights to Seoul we knew a lot of our time there would be spent exploring Cheonggyecheon stream – a 10km stretch of water flowing through the heart of the city.After the Korean war, Cheonggyecheon became a neglected waterway that ran under an overpass.
One of my favourite finds in Seoul was completely unexpected – We headed to Seoul forest one overcast, slightly gloomy morning on the hunt for cherry blossom (which we found in an abundance), and by happy accident stumbled across a pretty prefect little botanical garden. A little run down, the slight wear and tear gave