A Very Korean Blogmas 2017!


It’s that time of year again! The first of December has come around (how quickly did that happen?!) and it’s time for Blogmas 2017, this time coming at you from Seoul, South Korea. If you’ve been hanging around these parts for a while you’ll know that I completed Blogmas 2016 while living back home in the UK. It was a lot of fun and, despite a severe lack of preparation, I want to give it a go again this year!

I have a whole bunch of ideas and things planned to throw at you over the course of the next 24 days, ranging across all parts of life from travel to food, beauty to internal musings. I’ve got tips on how to survive winter in Seoul, a Christmas gift guide for people living in Seoul, and a series of interview with some Korea expats and how they spend Christmas here in the land of morning calm!

Hannah International Blogmas 2017

I’ll be honest with you – I won’t be posting every day this year. I have significantly less spare time than before (all my own doing – there’s just so much to see and do and eat in this city!) and I haven’t prepared nearly as much as I had at this time next year. I also have a very exciting project in the works with a bunch of my friends, to be disclosed at a later date, and so I have been splitting my time between this and that. But I’m going to try my very hardest to share what I can, when I can, because I think that this year’s Blogmas will be super exciting!

So welcome to my Very Korean Blogmas 2017! It’s only 24 days until the fat man pops down the chimney and leaves us all some goodies, and in the meantime I hope you enjoy the goodies that I’ll be gifting you daily.

A Very Korean Blogmas 2017

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