• Asia

    Place to visit in Seoul

    Seoul is a diversified city where you can see modern, tradition and nature at the same place. At first I thought there was nothing interesting in it, but after visiting I realized 3 days weren’t enough to see everything. Here are some places I think it is worth visiting. Some of them I haven’t visited yet, but really would like to. Buddhist temple There are a few famous Buddhist temple in Korea. The architecture is really unique. Even if you don’t follow Buddhism, it is still worth a visit to one of it. You can escape the busy, noisy city world just by staying in one of the temple for…

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    What and where to eat in Seoul

    When it comes to Asia, probably everyone would think about the food. At least I do. There are many various choice and the best is you can find place to eat in every corner. When I came here I decided to taste as many as I can. I spent 3 days sightseeing in Seoul, but for the first 2 days I didn’t have appetite. The 3rd day I tried to eat as much as I could but I ended up bringing the food home to finish. The rest of the time the forum’s organizers provided us buffet meal, in Tongyang Creativity Center. When we had an outdoor activities we ate…

  • Asia

    Namsan Seoul Tower & DMC

    During IYF we had outdoor activities, in which we visited Namsan Seoul Tower, Changdeok Palace and DMC (not DMZ). As we were transported to these place, and the entrance was free for us as well, I don’t really know how to get there or how much are the entrance fees. So for these informations I will link the relating websites, so you can find and check them out easier. Since I wrote about Changdeok Palace before, I will complete that part in the same post. Namsan Seoul Tower Namsan Seoul Tower is on the Namsan Mountain situated near to Myeongdong. You can only walk up there, however the distance is…

  • Asia

    The 29th International Youth Forum

    The Forum has just finished and right now I miss people I met during the event and Korea a lot. This post is about what happened at IYF and a few interesting things I learned from people all around the world. Before the forum My teacher announced the forum to us and we applied through Korean Culture Center. We had to write an essay relating to given topic within 4th Industrial Revolution. The Korean Culture Center sent our documents with the reference letter from my teacher to Korea and around 1 month later I got the news that I was accepted. I was excited as well as not knowing what…

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    Day 3 – 3 days are not enough

    After a day of hiking in the mountain, I could hardly wake up to go anywhere. Still there were a lot of things I wanted to see more, so no matter how tired I was I still went for sightseeing. In this post I will list some of the places I visited on my last day before the forum starts. Hongdae For 2 days I couldn’t sleep or eat properly. I could only sleep for 3 or 4 hours and couldn’t sleep back. Due to the weather I didn’t have appetite. But on my 3rd day, I could finally sleep back and I felt hungry and I wanted to eat.…

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    Day 2 – Baegundae, a view that is worth fighting for

    On my 2nd day I decided to go Bukhansan (북한산) and climb to the peak to see the view. However, it wasn’t as easy as I thought, but the hardship was worth since the view up there was really spectacular. How to get there I checked informations on Internet how to get there from Seoul and it was said to take metro line 3 until Gupabal station, take exit 1 and get on bus 704. But when I was there the bus didn’t stop at exit 1 but on the opposite side of the road. It was exit 4. I hardly found the bus but fortunately I successfully got on…

  • Asia

    Day 1 – Seoul is huge

    I had my first day of sightseeing in Seoul. Going to many places I understood why it is so big. I could say it is divided into two parts, modern where people live and work and traditional where they preserve the cultural heritage. Feeling lost At night I slept only 2 hours then couldn’t sleep back. At 7am I went down to eat breakfast and only ate 2 slice of toast with peanut butter and jam and a bowl of cereal. It wasn’t really enough, but I was thinking I would eat in Namdaemun anyway. I left the hotel around 9am. I walked to Sinpung station but got lost again,…

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    Arriving to Seoul

    Yesterday I left Hungary for Seoul at 4pm. My layover was in Dubai. I knew this wouldn’t be an easy road especially in Seoul, but I didn’t expect it to be this difficult. Dubai airport I flew with Emirates so on the plane there was screen where I could watch film. Of course I watched film rather than sleep, still I kept falling asleep, so in the end I barely understood the plot. I had meal and after 6 hours I arrived to Dubai. On the plane I sat next to a man from Australia and a man from Malaysia. The man from Malaysia had the same gate as me…

  • Europe

    How much does a Europe trip cost?

    So my Europe trip came to an end. The trip took place between 11th and 28th July. However the part I organized was from 11th to 25th of July. So in this post I am going to share with you the expense of this trip for 4 people. 3 adults and 1 child. It was a trip of 14 days and we visited 9 cities: Paris – Versailles, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Cinque Terre, Venice. All the price are in EUR.                   The number in bracket shows the number of nights we spent in each accommodation. The price includes all…

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    The most beautiful landscape of Slovenia

    On our way home we stopped in Slovenia. Since we were only there for a few hours and I can’t explain the impression it left in me, this post will have more pictures than text. We visited Vintgar gorge to have a rest and to enjoy the beautiful, natural landscape. Before I have seen photos about Lake Bled and I fell in love with it, so Slovenia got onto my bucket list. This time I couldn’t see the Lake Bled, but I could see the landscape with full of mountain with green trees and the gorge. View this post on Instagram Unbelievably green water #vintgargorge #slovenia #europetour #travellergiang A post…