Crazy Multiply: Malaise

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The Crazy Multiply Art Collective was at it again this past weekend with an intriguing show titled Malaise. While I had previously been a curator and worked with the ever impressive Amy Smith for Crazy Multiply, I had decided to take … Continued

Casa Di Noa: Italian Food in Yeonnam-dong

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Set down an unassuming alley just steps away from the ever trendy Gyeongui Line Forest Park in Yeonnam-dong is Casa di Noa. From top to bottom and inside and out, the restaurant has been exquisitely planned and decorated to evoke … Continued

Bongeunsa Temple: In The Light Of The Night

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As luck would have it, I ended up at Coex 45 minutes early for a dinner date this week and decided it was an opportune time to make my way across the street to enjoy the night views of Bongeunsa … Continued

Nagomi Ramen: Best in Hongdae

When it comes to Japanese ramen, Nagomi Ramen (나고미라멘) stands above the rest as far as I am concerned. Of my almost 10 years in Korea, eight and a half of them have been spent living in the near vicinity of … Continued

Korean Temples: Art, Architecture, and History by Dale Quarrington

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If you’ve ever wanted more information about some statue, artistic work or just the architecture of a Buddhist temple you passed along the way in Korea, chances are KoreanTemples.com is the site you were led to. It’s one of the few sites … Continued

Toilet Paper: The Perfect Gift in Korea

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When my husband and I moved a couple years back, I decided it was high time we had a housewarming party or a jipdeuri (집들이) in Korean. We invited various friends and on the day of the get-together I was … Continued

A Baby’s First Birthday: Korean Style vs. American Style

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Celebrating the first birthday of a child is a joyous occasion in any culture and when it came time for us to celebrate we had to decide which parts of each of our cultures we wanted to bring together for … Continued

My Top Ten Adventures of 2015!

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Much like 2014, not all of the adventures I undertook this year involved traveling yet this year managed to be extremely adventurous and full of first time experiences. I love looking back at my year and appreciating everything that I’ve … Continued

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