Tag Archives: Seoul

Wednesday Words: Travel is Like Love

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I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words with you every Wednesday — words that are […]

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The Bridge Home: A Tale of Two Countries

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I’ve mentioned here before I recently took a photography class. We were tasked with coming up with 6 images that were somewhere related to each other, and writing an artists statement to accompany them. I of course chose to center mine around travel, or more specifically, living abroad. Enjoy! A bridge has no allegiance to either […]

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Things I Miss About Living in South Korea

Gwangju market garlic sellers

Lately, my blog stats have been blowing up, and it’s all because of this post about things no one tells you before moving to Korea. Overall, it’s a pretty negative post. That bothers me for a few reasons. First of all, I’m a pretty positive person by nature, and so I don’t love that the […]

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5 Things No One Tells You About Living in Korea

Jill and Andrea in crowd

I’ve been mulling over how to write this post for some time now. As many of you will know, Matt and I lived in Korea for a year, and blogged about it pretty extensively. At the risk of offending someone, I usually shied away from being too negative about any of our experiences. We enjoyed […]

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A Night at Seoul’s Namdaemun Market

mom and dad at Namdaemun market

One of the most unique things about Korea (and Asia in general) is the markets. Giant, tented markets that sell things like fresh veggies, street food, mass produced junk from China and handmade items are peppered throughout Asia, and Seoul in particular has a few really good ones. So when my parents came to visit […]

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