So since it’s been a week from my part one post, I decided to keep writing about things to know before moving to Seoul. In the first part, we talked about: the weather, decency, loudness, language, and where to seat. So today we’re focusing on other stuff! Food: Eating is one of the basic needs […]Read More Things to know before moving to Seoul [pt. 2]
Since I’ve noticed that my posts about South Korea have the highest number of readers/likes, I wanted to write more about it. When I moved to South Korea I had the basic information about Korean literature and history, but I didn’t know anything about how people live there. When I arrived there, I just knew […]Read More Things to know before moving to Seoul [pt. 1]
If you are applying for an exchange period in South Korea you’ll be wondering if applying also for the university dorm or if it’s better looking for a flat by yourself. Almost all the Korean university offers dorms to students with really low prices. I stayed in Ewha’s dorm for four months and I paid […]Read More 10 things to know when living in a South Korean dorm.
Since today I wrote a lot about Korea and Seoul, I think that I am still inspired about writing about this beautiful country. Since I’ve talked about the best cafes in the area near Ewha woman’s University I decided to make also a small list about the best restaurant in this area. These are the […]Read More Best Restaurant near Ewha and Sinchon
Ewha women’s University is one of the most important universities in Seoul. The university is located in the Seodaemun-gu, district and it’s near the Shinchon area. Around the campus you can find different shops, cafes and restaurants. In this post I will recommend some of the best cafes, if you are visiting Seoul or you […]Read More Best cafes near Ewha and Sinchon
If I have to describe my experience in Korea with one word I would say: Challenging. I had to face numerous different struggles since the beginning of my journey, from not passing the overseas program to asking for the VISA. I moved to Korea not because I was interested in K-pop or Korean dramas but, […]Read More Living in Korea