Seoul Museum of History (서울역사박물관)

Seoul Museum of History (서울역사박물관) 55, Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 서울특별시 종로구 새문안로 55 (신문로2가) March-October: 09:00-21:00 (Weekends & Holidays: 09:00-19:00) * November-February: 09:00-21:00 (Weekends & Holidays: 09:00-18:00) * Last admission: 1 hr before closing. Free entry Continue reading Seoul Museum of History (서울역사박물관)

Korean Sauna (Jimjilbang)

Over the last couple of years I came across and visited a number of spas and saunas. There were Turkish, Hungarian, Czech,  Japanese and a more simple more, which I’d like to call gym-style. My favourite one is still Korean Jimjilbang. Koreans take their kimchi seriously, and so they do their saunas. Here are  a few things you should know about local saunas: 1. Pay … Continue reading Korean Sauna (Jimjilbang)

The house where Bear lived

This post dedicated to my first Korean “compartment”, i.e a small studio apartment, apparently big enough for one. I spent the last seven months living there, enjoying myself as much as possible. I’d also like to add, that I now have a bigger place which will see me through for the rest of my stay in South Korea. The only other things that fit into … Continue reading The house where Bear lived