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Exploring Gyeongbokgung Palace in a Hanbok

Day 8:

Besides visiting places with beautiful natural landscapes, historical places are really interesting to me. There are five palaces that can be found here in Seoul. 1,660 more words


Experiencing Korea in Hanbok

I love Korea and it’s rich history and culture. One aspect of Korean culture that I have a mini obsession with is hanbok. For those who don’t know, hanbok is Korean traditional clothing and I find it absolutely beautiful. 1,039 more words


Seoul, South Korea: Turning Korean

I wasn’t planning on transiting to Seoul since I already did it before. Not that it wasn’t pleasant, rather I wanted to try other countries. 1,052 more words


Initiating my holiday with a dry paint work inspired from Obsidian

After a tiring and hectic semester I have re-started to spare some time for my drawings and sketches. It has been a long time since I have drawn something (not talking about the drawings that we were supposed to draw in our arch class.) so I was as excited as a little girl who was just learning how to draw. 141 more words

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SOUTH KOREA 2015 Day 6: (Oh Gosh the memories of Day 6!!!): M Plaza, Ehwa Womans University and Café J Holic

This is the last day we’ll be spending in Korea, and we made sure we covered a lot of places.

The last time I went to Korea, my sister teased me that I did not even try wearing a hanbok – Korea’s traditional clothing. 408 more words


Hanboks are Cool Again

A hanbok is traditional Korean attire that is worn on special occasions. Children will wear a hanbok on their first birthday, and adults will wear it at their wedding, 60th birthday, funerals, festive days, and religious ceremonies. 508 more words