I did some research on Korean street food, so I knew exactly what to buy — some fish cake, some twigim (a type of fried snack) octopus with melted cheese and Kimchi pancake! For drinks, I took this rice drink called sikhe — which surprisingly was very good!
Hallie Bradley poetically describes and photographs Seoul’s most notorious party destination, Hongdae, after the party is over. Hallie might be one of the best bloggers in Korea you don’t know about. Her story about coming to Korea is very endearing,
In a new series on Kimchibytes, blogger Abbey Kaye Ritter shares her experiences living it up in Seoul’s nightlife hotspot, Hongdae. Abbey shares her thoughts on everything from clubs, drink prices, music, and boys. She will be reviewing
Across the world, cities host Zombie Walks where people dress up like zombies and . . . walk. If you don’t understand why this concept is appealing, imagine that you are driving your car down the street and you stop
Some people have recently asked me to write a brief post about light trails. I don’t shoot a lot of club photography, but I’ll be happy to share what I have learned with you. I’ve been fortunate to be have
돼지 저금통 Andy Baxley is a Seoul-based writer, photographer, and teacher. He writes about “the new art of 20-something prosperity” at Vicenarianism. — Few people would ever consider using “Seoul” and “paradise” in the same sentence, and there’s for