Spring is a fabulous time in Songdo. Flowers begin to bloom, and festivals are in full swing. I've also been inspired to bring the beauty of nature inside by creating a garden patio on the balcony. And my new bike has been perfect for zipping around to the many parks in Songdo to view the … Continue reading Life in Songdo: Spring Flowers and the World Pokemon Festival!
South Korea is a country that loves lights, and will find any excuse to host a festival showing them off in the forms of fireworks, lanterns, and LED displays. And with the upcoming winter Olympics now the Olympic torch burns brightly in South Korea, the perfect host for the illuminating games.
Part 2 of our week long trip to Seoul during the Korean Thanksgiving holiday of Chuseok.
Farmers markets, shopping malls, and parks are a big part of life in Songdo. Explore some of my favorites with me!
Part 1 of our week long trip to Seoul during the Korean Thanksgiving holiday of Chuseok.
As you can imagine, our life in Songdo is quite different from our life in Boston. This post compares our two neighborhoods, and shows that even though things are different, the basics of life are still the same.
Join us as we wander through some of Seoul's traditional markets and villages.
Ok, so we weren't technically stranded, although we did get snowed in at one point (more on that later). Last weekend we went on a bit of a spur of the moment, unplanned trek in the mountains, and if you know me, being on an unplanned, spur of the moment trip is basically the same as being stranded!
As you may imagine, our life in Songdo is quite different from our life in Boston. For starters, the apartment!
Welcome to South Korea!