Back at it again with the adventure crew! This time around, JR suggested that we hit up Vasquez Rocks. Thanks to the recent rain, the greenness of the surrounding area was a welcoming sight compared to the usual desert view. It's a surreal place to be in.
This past December, I spent an afternoon with my friends, James and Melissa. We hiked part of Mudeungsan. Our original goal was to reach the top, but since we had a late start, we all agreed not to go too far. Hiking is one of Korea's favorite past times. It's noticeable with their amazing gear … Continue reading Hiking Mudeungsan
A photo journal of my trip to Jinju Namgang Yudeung Festival.
Someone once asked me why I like to travel alone. Am I not lonely? My immediate response was that I just enjoyed it. But after thinking more about it, I think I also like the solitude of being alone as I observe my new surroundings. To listen. This is usually the case especially after several days of … Continue reading Exploring Sokcho
Meeting friends on this side of the planet is always a great treat! This time around, I've finally caught up with my friend since high school - Richard Chea. Or Chea for short. The last time we saw each other was about six years ago, after I left the high school we both attended for a … Continue reading Exploring Seoul with Chea
... a lot recently. Even though that's been the case, I haven't placed much effort into sharing videos on my YouTube channel of the Places and Spaces I've been to. However, I definitely have been consistent about my #happyarvedays challenge on Instagram. (I have just accomplished Day 54! Go check it out!). Otherwise, here's a pictorial essay of … Continue reading So I’ve been traveling…
안넹하세요! It's been a while since I've shared about how my life has been here in South Korea. Well, it's been a busy past two months and we're wrapping up the current term while looking forward to the short break. Since the beginning of this term, I've been putting more effort into learning Korean. So when I sent a … Continue reading Learning 한굴 (Korean)