A Weekday Hike Along the Seoul Fortress Wall

Seoul, Korea: The Seoul Fortress Wall

For my first hike back after giving birth, I’d say the Seoul Fortress Wall was a good choice. Not only is it ideal in the winter and the summer due to the upkeep it receives because of its location just … Continue reading

Finding Comfort with Create Wellness

Create Wellness Staff

Living abroad inevitably means new experiences good and bad and when the bad or maybe just uncomfortable strike, it’s difficult to know who to turn to. Where’s your mommy when you need her? Am I right? While Korean doctors may … Continue reading

The Korea Expat Film Festival: An Interview with Kevin Lambert

Korea Expat Film Festival Logo

The Korea Expat Film Festival is happening this weekend and if you haven’t heard about it, here’s a one stop spot to get all the info you need… along with their website. The festival will showcase almost 40 films from more … Continue reading

The Vault: A 5D Fun Frenzy

Hongdae, Seoul, Korea: The Vault Escape Room

Food, drinks and a game that includes mystery, intrigue, clues, lasers and puzzles? My kind of night out. The Vault is that something different you’ve been looking to do with your friends this weekend. As a competitive person as anyone in … Continue reading

10 Summer Festivals

Summer Festival Fun

Summer is officially here and while many hope to sunbathe it up on the numerous beaches of Korea or drink some brews and enjoy the many live music festivals around the country, there are numerous food and cultural festivals to … Continue reading

The Seoul Shakespeare Company: Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus poster

For the next two weekends, The Seoul Shakespeare Company will be performing the play Titus Andronicus. Considered to be Shakespeare’s first play, Titus Andronicus weaves a tale of mystery and intrigue with love, horror, violence and racism. Those fans of Game … Continue reading

Learning About Jeju Shamanism with Joey Rositano

Joey Rositano: Jeju: Shamanist Shrines

There are over 400 shamanic shrines on the island of Jeju which the people there have worshipped for centuries, practicing a kind of traditional shamanism specific to Jeju known as muism. Natives on the island still actively practice the traditional … Continue reading

A Perfect Steak Set Date

Seoul, Hongdae, restaurant, byul-jin's

Now that the baby is 6 months old we are making a concerted effort to get out and about and drag her along with us. Luckily, she’s an easy going little thing and just watches as the world goes alongside … Continue reading