A Peek to the Other Side

If you climb Inwangsan, a mountain slightly to the west of Seoul, you will find the historical Seoul fortress wall, Hanyangdoseong, which was built in 1396 to protect the city. This wall extends around the perimeter of what was originally defined as Seoul, a significantly smaller area than the metropolis known today, but nonetheless runs 18.6... Continue Reading →

Fresh Baked Fall Treats

What's better on a brisk fall morning than fresh baked bread? Hyoja bakery is a tiny little shop near the Korean palace Gyeongbokgung, but despite its size, its reputation attracts lines of hungry visitors that extend far down the block during a rush. They are famous for their unique corn bread, which features actual corn,... Continue Reading →

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