Journal/Terraveling 2018: Korea

Terraveling 2018: 
Korea

February 14, 2018

Travels

Beautiful is beyond words when a reseller steps away from Incheon airport. To briefly define Seoul is to say that this capital city stores traditional and urban cultures side to side. Dongdaemun area for instance is to represent how urbanites are up for modern arts and designs as well as shopping centers and malls scattered around. Not to mention Myeongdong area where is the paradise for women. But at the same time, these areas have also traditional markets situated not very far away from the center, providing artistic crafts, street food and temples in the middle of the main road. Additionally, to make things more intriguing is to travel when winter.

Here’s a throwback from our #TerravelingKorea last year. From Seoul, we had a chance to experience the famous train to Busan, explored Gamcheon, the Yangdong Folk Village, and Gyeongju. Some of us even tried to Seoraksan, the highest mountain in the Taebaek mountain range in eastern South Korea. We learn something new each year, and we are glad to taste the beauty of South Korea to our senses. 

Terraveling 2018: 
Korea

February 14, 2018

Travels

Beautiful is beyond words when a reseller steps away from Incheon airport. To briefly define Seoul is to say that this capital city stores traditional and urban cultures side to side. Dongdaemun area for instance is to represent how urbanites are up for modern arts and designs as well as shopping centers and malls scattered around. Not to mention Myeongdong area where is the paradise for women. But at the same time, these areas have also traditional markets situated not very far away from the center, providing artistic crafts, street food and temples in the middle of the main road. Additionally, to make things more intriguing is to travel when winter.

Here’s a throwback from our #TerravelingKorea last year. From Seoul, we had a chance to experience the famous train to Busan, explored Gamcheon, the Yangdong Folk Village, and Gyeongju. Some of us even tried to Seoraksan, the highest mountain in the Taebaek mountain range in eastern South Korea. We learn something new each year, and we are glad to taste the beauty of South Korea to our senses.