Myeongdong, the famous shopping district of Seoul. From clothes, shoes, accessories, make up and even delicious street foods can be bought here. Several shops line between every alley of Myeongdong but unlike Namdaemun and Dongdaemun, Myeongdong has several designer brand stores. Myeongdong had been a tourist spot for every foreigner. There are also several restaurants … Continue reading Seoul-o (solo) winter trip: Myeongdong & Namdaemun Market
Ewha Woman's University is the first women's university established in Korea. This is Korea's largest underground campus. I wanted to visit Ewha Woman's University for its architecture, but was surprised when I got out of the subway and welcomed by the busy Shopping Street going to Ewha University. There are lots of cafes, skin care … Continue reading Seoul-o (solo) Winter Trip: Ewha Womans University | Hongdae
Planning to visit South Korea and has no place to stay yet? Check out Kimchee Guesthouse. They have Downtown, Hongdae, Gangnam, Sinchon and Busan location. I’ve been planning for my Seoul-o trip to SoKor for a couple of months and since I will be traveling alone, I decided to stay in a guest house since 1) Staying at a … Continue reading Kimchee Guesthouse Downtown, South Korea
The Hangan River is a natural symbol that runs through the center city of Seoul. It flows from Gangwon-do towards Chungcheongbuk-do, Gyeonggi-do, through Seoul and continues on to the Yellow Sea. There are several activities that can be enjoyed when you're at Han River. In my case, I visited Seoul Marina which was located in Yeouido-dong, it … Continue reading Seoul-o (solo) Winter trip: Hangan River/Seoul Marina & Namsan Park/N Seoul Tower
Gyeongbokgung Palace as said to be the most beautiful and the largest among the 5 palaces. The National Palace Museum and the National Folk Museum are located just inside the Gyeongbokgung Palace. There are several areas inside and it even took me an hour to or so to explore everything. The palace is well-maintained. If you're lucky, you may be … Continue reading Seoul-o (solo) Winter Trip: Gyeongbokgung Palace | Gwangjang Market
Applying for a VISA can really be nerve-wrecking. The agony of waiting for the result to come out can really make you excited and scared at the same time. It was my first time applying for one. I just felt that I must try since I've always wanted to visit Korea. I went to the … Continue reading How to check Korean VISA application status online
"Dessert on a dessert" For a sweet tooth like me, this would definitely be the place to be. Mio Gelati was founded by a young individual; Celina Nolasco who, has a passion for desserts and sweets. Mio Gelati comes from the Italian phrase, which means "My Gelato". Last November 10, Mio Gelati's first branch was … Continue reading Mio Gelati: Gourmet Gelato Creations
Eden Cheese had been a true Filipino leader for the past 36 years here in the Philippines and up until now they're still doing a great job with upgrading meals to the next level. Last October 23, I was fortunate to attend Eden Cheese New Product Launch held at Limbaga 77 Cafe. This Christmas season, … Continue reading Queso de Bola: Eden Cheese New Product Launch!
How to describe my experience at Tra Vihn? FOOD COMA Last Saturday, I had the chance to visit Tra Vihn on a sponsored invite. Honestly, when I first received the invite I got excited just when I check the photos of Tra Vihn shared on Zomato PH and all the good reviews. I haven't been … Continue reading Banawe’s best kept secret Vietnamese restaurant; TRA VIHN!
From DIY Ravioli, Earthy Smoothies down to Tasty Desserts.. Who would've thought you can get everything from 1 place in the heart of Greenhills Shopping Mall? Rotella Ravioli First, what does the name mean? Rotella; a small wheel in Italian. In a culinary context, it is the word for pastry wheel - which is used … Continue reading Bellefleur by Beatrix, Rotella Ravioli and Thirsty Turtle PH