South Korea Second-Timer | Travel Series


I’m baaack! Did you miss me?

My second trip to South Korea is over. It went by in the blink of an eye! On my last day in the country it felt like I had only just arrived and when I got home on Thursday I wondered to myself, just where did those two weeks go?! Those two weeks went by in a wonderful amalgamation of friends, food, travel, one familiar city, two new cities, reunions, drink and more food. I’ve made even more amazing memories in what has now been confirmed as my favourite place to be.

As I predicted, I didn’t blog at all during my trip. Not for lack of adequate internet access, mind (there was actually very good internet almost everywhere I went), but because I was lazy and also couldn’t face organising all my camera photos on my phone and not on my laptop (but mostly because I was lazy). Because of this, I have a lot to catch up on! So, over the next few weeks I will be doing a series of posts all about my trip. My Canadian bestie, Brittany, has inspired me to keep one post as a master post for all of my upcoming entries about my time in Busan, Daejeon and Seoul, just as she did with her Tokyo-a-go-go series about her recent trip to Tokyo! (I take a lot of inspiration from Brittany – she’s a much better blogger than I, and I admire her, her blog and her dedication to it!)

So keep your eyes peeled for upcoming posts! Life will of course be continuing while I write them, as it always does, and I have a busy few weeks coming up starting my final year of university, so there may be a stray post about that here and there to keep my head in reality and not wandering through my memories… If you can’t wait for my first post, check out my Instagram, where I posted a whole ream of photos during my travels in South Korea under the hashtag #HannahinSK2015.

Here are all the posts in my South Korea Second-Timer series:

My Holiday Bucket List
Part 1: Plane Panic and, um, Personal Space Please?
Part 2: Welcome to Busan!
Part 3: Hwamyeong, a Temple and Being Spend Happy
Haedong Yonggungsa 해동용궁사 – The Water Temple
Beomeosa 범어사 – Temple of the Nirvana Fish
Gamecheon Culture Village 부산 감천문화마을
Gyeongbokgung Palace 경복궁

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