[ASIAN ON AIR] PART TWO: Eat like a Korean

Notice: Dear reader, please note that most of the photos in my blog are currently not available.  They are currently held hostage by Photobucket (which requires me to pay $399USD/year). I am in the process of re-uploading the images on a different host and this will take some time. If you have any burning questions

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[ASIAN ON AIR] PART ONE: Beauty of Korea

AUTUMN is indeed the best time to visit Korea. At a comfortable temperature ranging from 10~20 degrees Celsius, it is very cooling and all you need is just a jacket or two~ The really best time to visit it would be when all the leaves will be in different shades of red and yellow but we

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[Asian on Air] Introduction Entry

I am finally back to blog about my short Korea trip I had in October (22~26). If you have been reading my blog, you would have realise that this trip is unlike my other adventures because it is fully sponsored (air tickets (Korean Air) , lodging (Korean Tourism Organization) , food ), short (5D4N only) and it

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[22 ~ 26 Oct] AUSEOULME = Awesome Autumn in Seoul

It’s been 28 hours since I’ve touched down back in Singapore~~ Well.. I didn’t keep to my promise of doing micro-blogging when I was in Korea because I was simply too tired every moment. I barely completed one episode of drama when I was there. Despite feeling really tired, I enjoyed myself thoroughly in this

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My first autumn holiday~

I’m trying out blogging from my mobile since I’m going to try to be “on the go” throughout my trip which starts tomorrow night~~ I’m currently in the process of packing. Took a candid photo of my toys inside my luggage. I guess I’m only 15% done and I’ll procrastinate everything till tomorrow~ Can’t believe

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Pre-Planning for.. First ever Sponsored Trip Overseas

Highlights of the Trip Gwangjang Market http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SH/SH_EN_7_2.jsp?cid=273761 Directions: Jongno 5-ga station, Line 1, Exit 8 or Euljiro 4-ga station, Line 2 or 5, Exit 4. This is a market selling mainly traditional products (e.g. Hanboks) and there’s also a wide variety of food!! This is the place to go if you want a taste of korean

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