Anmok Beach with 2 coffee cups in the sea Day 2 of our Travelogue! Up in the list today, a trip to Anmok Beach, famous for it’s coffee street. If you’ve read our Pyeongchang Winter Olympics posts before, you would… Continue Reading
As part of the Wow Pyeongchang Supporters group in 2017, we were invited to join the Snow Festival in March, organised by Korea Tourism Organisation. The 5 days 4 nights trip in Gangwon province and Seoul, includes the Winter Paralympics… Continue Reading
Date: 15 March 2018 (Thursday) Time: 6.30 pm Venue: Pavilion KL Organised by Samsung
Be sure to say Yes, Yes when your friends invite you to have lunch at NeNe Chicken or take the lead and invite your family for a delicious treat! The famous chicken chain from South Korea is now available in… Continue Reading
Kwave2 Music Festival happened and it was a night to remember for the fans especially Super Junior fans – it has been a while since the group was here. A sea of pink and blue light sticks can be seen… Continue Reading
As the winter season is in the air, Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is drawing closer. Good news have been pouring in such as our very own Julian Yee will be joining the Winter Olympics! How cool is that? And have you… Continue Reading
Back for the second year, the Busan One Asia Festival (BOF), hosted by Busan Metropolitan City Government and run by Busan Tourism Organization held its opening ceremony last night. Attended by top hallyu stars including the legendary Sechs Kies.
Gangwon-do is a province in South Korea. Every year, Gangwon receives the most snow, from November to March. With an average of 250cm of snow, the temperature drops to an average of -4.8 degrees throughout winter, making Gangwon one of… Continue Reading
Samsung, famous for its innovation has launched a new model of the Galaxy Note series – Galaxy Note8. Packed with multiple new functions and usability, the phone promises to let users “Do What You Can’t” and “Do Bigger Things”.
A-ri-rang, A-ri-rang, A-ra-ri-o goes the song that we know and love. A folk song that comes from Korea have several different versions according to the region. This month we’ll be talking about the Jongseon Arirang – native to Jongseon area… Continue Reading