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[HanCinema's Digest] Travel Bug Bites

2016/01/23 | Permalink

One blogger reflects on her two-week trip from west to east coast, get some great tips for travelling around South Korea, watch a documentary about Korea's food and travel sector, and find out how to make the most of The Land of the Morning Calm while you're studying abroad.

"West Coast to East Asia: Our Adventures in South Korea"

Christina Bates reflects on her recent adventure in South Korea. She spent two weeks in Korea travelling from west to the east coast, and in this post, she interviews herself about her experiences: "Oh my goodness, so many things. Picture the roaring twenties but in Asia,then blend twenty-first century technology and you get a bit of what I saw".



Paula Nierras has a travel guide for all those thinking of making a trip to The Land of the Morning Calm: "Traveling through this megacity is like looking into a kaleidoscope. It gives you this dazzling view of colourful changing patterns and a sense of random chaos. But stripped down, it's made up of the same elements shining brightly, but differently, with a collective penchant for harmony". There are some great tips and advice here, so be sure to check it out if you've got Seoul in mind.


"SOUTH KOREA Food & Travel 2015 - World Travel Channel HD"

It's great reading about everyone's experiences in Korea, but sometimes images do, in fact, speak louder than words. Sit back and relax with this 26-minute documentary by the World Travel Channel about South Korea's food and travel sectors. Then, naturally, go see and taste for yourself!


"10 Things To See & Do In South Korea"

Planning on studying aboard in South Korea? Rachael VanDerWerff presents her list of ten things to do and see to get the most out of your time in South Korea. There's temples, shopping, traditional dinning, national parks, palaces, and much much more to explore while you're getting schooled.


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