People travel to eat, to birdwatch, to lounge on beaches, even to skydive. But for my wife and me, running abroad has become a reason to travel.
Check out a few good reasons why you should travel to South Korea … plus one reason you’ll either love or hate.
Whenever I travel, I can count on my fear of heights to rear up at least once per trip. Here’s what happens in my head when the exposure and consequences for error escalate.
A guidebook leaves me unprepared for a hike near Busan, South Korea – and makes me reflect why I think good travel bloggers are now more credible than guide books.
I’m curious about South Korea â€¦ and it seems South Korea is just as curious about me. From news television crews to young women asking me to pose for photos, I cause a stir everywhere I go. Here are some encounters that will give you an idea of what it was like.
Being a large Caucasian guy in South Korea is a weird experience. My morning running the Hi Seoul 10K race brings out just how much I stand out in the crowd.
The amenities in a South Korea â€œlove hotelâ€ are not what you’ll see at your local Holiday Inn: flashing colored lights over the bed, a higher-than-average number of mirrors, a â€œpersonal massagerâ€ for sale in the minibar. Find out what it’s like to stay at one!
Manjanggul Lava Tube is a good reason to visit Jeju Island in South Korea. Find out what it’s like to visit this huge lava tube.
Seoul, South Korea is every bit as crowded and energetic as you’d expect. But it’s full of surprises, too. Here are 6 of my favorite unexpected things about Seoul.