Archive | April, 2015

120609 SMTOWN Live in Taiwan 【ASKKAI – 9P 】

30 Apr
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Seoul – 창원 Myeongdong 明洞 (Beauty Haul and Food Reviews)

26 Apr

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Myeongdong is definitely one of Seoul’s main shopping district. A place smacked with fashion, beauty and food from mid-high end. I like the hype, the massive number of beauty shops at every turn and every corner and how each brand displays their personality in their quaint little space. Apart from the shop houses, there are also malls like Migliore, Lotte Department Store, Noon Square, Tabby Mall and M Plaza where you can find International Brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Zara, Forever21, Daiso, Uniqlo. If I had only 24 hours in Seoul, Myeongdong is without doubt the place to go!

Korean Beauty brands there include (A-Z): Banila Co, Baviphat, Beauty Credit, Etude House, Hanskin, Innisfree, It’s Skin, Laneige, Missha, Nature Republic, Skinfood, The Face Shop, Tony Moly.

Some tips:

1) Freebies – Many travel programmes have commented that freebies are given even without purchase. However, from my experience, what are in…

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[ENGSUB] 150414 Dating Alone EP11 FULL

25 Apr

Trazy’s Survival Tips for Travelers to Korea #2 : Seoul’s Public Transportation System

16 Apr

Trazy.com

Welcome to Seoul!

Now that you’ve arrived, how do you get around this massive city? There are three options: Bus, Taxi, and Metro. For Bus and Metro, it is recommended to use T-money items as fares are discounted 100 won (about 10 cent) per trip. In addition you are allowed up to 4 free transfers when you use T-money items.

BUSES

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All Credit for pictures to hikorea.go.kr

The Blue buses travel across the city and  drive through at least two districts. Green buses operate in at least one district and carry passengers to metro transfer points. Red buses are express buses connecting Seoul with the suburbs and cities surrounding it. Bus service is fast and direct, so if you need to go outside of Seoul and don’t want to take the train, take this. If you have subscribed to a local Telecom service there is free-WiFi for you. Lastly, Yellow buses…

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The Chronicles of Korea – Nami Island (남이섬) and Petite France (쁘띠프랑스)

15 Apr

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Early Saturday morning, on our 3rd day in Korea, we made our way to Tagpol Park near Insadong for the shuttle bus straight to Gapyeong Wharf. The bus leaves Insadong at 9:30 am so make sure to be there before 9:20 am. There are a few options to go to Nami Island, but we chose to take the shuttle bus so we can still sleep on the way, and that there would be less transits.  Take note that the tickets for the shuttle bus needs to be purchased before-hand, and if you want to go the following day you probably won’t be able to get slots. I bought the tickets on my first day while I was wasting away my afternoon  since their Seoul main office is in Insadong.  More information can be found here.

We purchased the one-way bus ticket plus the entrance to Nami Island for 15,000…

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Cảm ơn em, vì đã xuất hiện trên cõi đời này.

12 Apr