My Cup of Tea

Jinju, South Korea

It IS Easy Being Green, I have no further objection to this statement. As a matter of fact, I guess, GREEN is the new pink, don’t you think?. I love color green in all forms by reason it’s the color of nature and it exemplifies good health.

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A Sunflower day

Haman, South Korea

South Korean summer offers a great fun of activities including numerous flower festivals entire nation. As a  wanderer myself, I get to take advantage of Instagram as my medium to radar upcoming festivals of my neighboring cities.
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Chezruru (Ruru’s Home)

Changwon, South Korea

When we talk about cute and themed cafes’ in the world first thing that pops out in our brain is, Japan (they’re undeniably cute and dainty), but South Korea proves that they’ve got that unique and cuteness of style too.

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GOeje Island and its Windy Hill

Goeje Island, South Korea

Traveling with hubby has been part of our leisure pursuit. Visiting other cities in South Korea could be as easy as a piece of cake if one has its driver’s license. Most roads are well-built and maintained highly by its government and still, the process of construction for more shortcuts and accessibility are ongoing in some areas.  Continue reading “GOeje Island and its Windy Hill”

Roses in Spring

Changwon, South Korea

It was the late month of Spring when I arrived Korea last year. I haven’t witnessed how pretty cherry blossoms were, albeit I witnessed the most favored and acclaimed flower in all season, ROSES.

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