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Kat of the Musicals

I’m back with a new tip, one that is little known but oh so amazing. Picture this: your last day in Korea and your flight is later that night. Your hotel checkout is 10am in the morning and you don’t want to spend your whole day hanging around the airport, or being worried about picking …

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Continuing with posting my Arts-watching repertoire… ^.^ This review was originally posted on Hello Asia!  — Excitement builds from the very moment the orchestra starts playing the overture for the Korean production of 42nd Street. The crowd is already clapping along as the curtain rises ever so slightly from the stage to reveal countless pairs of synchronised tapping …

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Now this is one that I managed to get a LOT of experience in, ha. I think I ended up going to around 10 musical performances while I was in Seoul? If only I could have fitted in more… I could go on & on about this, since Korean musicals are one of my favourite …

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Sydney weather seems to be getting all crazy with the changing seasons so I thought whether (ehh 😉 ) I should do a little travel tips post on my experiences travelling through the weather in Seoul! For starters here are the approximate months and seasons that I have been in Korea for: December – January: Winter July: …

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My second Korean Travel Tip is actually something that I mentioned back in my Imagination Trip, but I think it’s one of the most important made-such-a-difference-to-my-trip pointers that it deserves its own post as well! Seoul is pretty much a wonderland of free wifi- in Subway stations, coffee shops, other shops, randomly on the street… But, …

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This will be the first of my little shared tips for travelling to Korea! They will be predominantly focused on Seoul, because I haven’t had much of the chance to travel outside of Seoul yet (although I’m desperate to!!). I hope they help you plan your own Korea Adventures, and if you have any further questions about …

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After Music Core we headed towards the D-Cube City, which houses the D-Cube Arts Centre, which is where Rudolf was showing! I hadn’t been to D-Cube before but it was really interesting! I guess it was kind of a megaplex of shops, restaurants, a hotel and the theatre. To be honest though, I was pretty glad we had Adela with …

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Ohhhhhh my gosh. MUSIC CORE! I was so excited! Last year I had the opportunity to attend as Media to KBS Music Bank, which was AWESOME live. I was really interested to see how they compare! So off we headed to Digital Media City where most of the channels are located. The area is pretty cool- with all …

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The next day after Tour Day was the Saturday morning, and Hol and I woke up refreshed, excited and decided (rhyme!) we’d best spend the Lotte KOREA PASS that we’d also been given as part of the trip! The KOREA PASS is quite a useful little card- aimed for foreigners who don’t want to be …

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I could hardly believe how much we had gotten through in just one day! Hanbok, tea ceremonies, traditional games-playing, many delicious lunch dishes, janggu classes, incredible Hanjeongsik dinners… And now it was nearing the end. My feelings were becoming very mixed by that point! I really wanted to watch the musical (of course), but I truly was …

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