What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Detroit, Michigan? When I think of the city, I conjure up Eminem, Detroit Tigers, and big American car companies that led the golden...
I wanted this summer to be one of excitement and exploration. My bucket list included surfing, rafting, hiking and river tubing, but the longer-than-usual rain season (not to mention a streak of rainy days), put a damper on my plans.
Amethyst Cavern Park (자수정동굴나라), in Ulju-gun, Ulsan, is a great place to visit regardless of the weather outside because inside the temperature constantly hovers between 12 and 16 degrees Celsius year-round.
When it comes to waterfront parks, Daegu has plenty of options for visitors and locals to enjoy. In the area you’ll find plenty of parks like Suseongmot Lake Resort, Wolgwang Waterfront Park, Seongdangmot Lake and Unamji Waterfront Park.
During scorching hot summer days, it’s difficult to resist the temptation to crank the A/C or plant yourself in front of the nearest fan. Luckily, there is another, more energy-efficient way to keep cool this summer.
We made a day trip to Iejima and were instantly in love. The ferry ride from the Okinawa main island was an easy 30 minutes, and once you’re on the island, it is like a breath of fresh air (literally.) Iejima one of the most beautiful tropical islands in the Ryukyu Islands chain.
Tteokguk, or rice cake soup, is a traditional New Year’s Day food thought to bring good luck (energy of yang) and longevity. The length and shape of the rectangular garaetteok rice cakes, which are the key ingredient of the recipe, reflect this fortune.
When you walk around Korea, you will quickly see the passion for food spilling over from stalls lining the street and small restaurants full of people noisily slurping noodles or preening away at a dish with chopsticks.