Okay, this post took longer than expected because I’ve started on GRE and had summer classes. Without further ado, here are some recommendations for food in Beijing to get you all settled in. It’s Anna approved if that means anything.
Hi everyone! This post on the last two weeks of the program took eons to finish because there were so many photos to go through and so many events to review. There was a huge delay because I’ve been trying … Read More
Cambridge is currently a fast-developing tech city and that means that more and more people with a greater diversity of tastes are moving in. As a result, Cambridge has quite a variety of cuisines and restaurants available. I included London … Read More
Jeonju is a really small city so it’s a nice, relaxing place to visit for a short weekend trip. Take your time enjoying all the sites in the culturally and historically rich ‘spiritual capital’ of Korea. There will be lots … Read More
Korea is food heaven: every city and every district has its specialties. While studying abroad, you’ll rarely eat at the same restaurant twice-not because it’s bad, but because there’s just so much to try. In this post, I will try … Read More
Following our trend of not having any luck with meeting celebrities, we missed seeing Krystal this week right outside school because we had an even greater mission…shopping and eating. Just kidding, it was actually our split second decisions that made … Read More
Osaka was so nice, we are seriously considering moving there. The flat we Airbnb’d in was #goals. First and foremost, the food there was simply amazing. It’s no wonder that Osaka is also known as the “nation’s kitchen” (天下の台所 tenka no daidokoro). … Read More
Oh my gosh, sorry that I’ve been so slow updating and posting. Things have been crazy (good) here at Yonsei and I’ve been either busy traveling around or doing the heaps of coursework I’m getting everyday. Weeks 3 and 4 … Read More