Seoul, Saranghaeyo 서울 사랑해요 2 AUGUST, 2016 Travel Seoul, South Korea South Korea has always been a place I wanted to visit. I grew up listening to K-pop songs and watching Korean dramas on television. Jumong, Jewel in the Palace, Boys Over Flowers, Coffee Prince, you...read more
Changdeokgung (창덕궁) — or Changdeokgung Palace— is one of the five great palaces built by the kings of the Joseon dynasty and is the most well-preserved. It is located in the Jongno-gu area in Seoul and was built by King Taejong (third king of the Joseon dynasty) in 1405. It is also called Dongwol, the Eastern Palace, because it is located to the east of Gyeongbukgung Palace (경복궁).
The vast palace grounds surrounding Changdeokgung are comprised of the public palace area, the royal family residence building, and the rear gardens, Huwon (후원). It suffered destruction and neglect but has been restored to its original grandeur in 1991.read more
The hanbok is Korea’s iconic traditional clothing. It represents Korea’s culture, people, and history. Korean period dramas have contributed significantly to its increase in popularity and more and more foreigners are becoming interested in the hanbok. If you are visiting South Korea anytime soon, why not try on a colorful hanbok set? Read more on my blog for my recommended hanbok rental service.read more
Did you know you could experience wearing the traditional Korean hanbok, complete with make-up and a studio set – up, that will make you feel like you stepped into a Korean period drama? Yup, it’s just like how you see them on TV. Only this time, it’s you looking like Korean royalty. Interesting, eh? Read all about my experience on Kristine Can.read more