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Behind the Scenes of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines iFly TV: Secrets of Seoul

In January, I had the pleasure of hosting a film crew from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines' iFly Magazine as they filmed a travel documentary on Seoul. When they first contacted me, they requested that I compile a number of destinations that I felt best represented various aspects of the city including great views, interesting local hangouts and landmarks that showcase the contrasts between old and new.

After much deliberation, I came up with a list of places that I felt captured the very best of my Seoul... a Seoul that may or may not be the same city that other expats and locals here experience.  But it was the one I wanted people to see.

Ilsan Beach, Ulsan, South Korea

Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan, South Korea (Part 2)

Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan, South Korea (Part 1)

Apsan Mountain, Daegu, South Korea

Garusogil, Seoul

When I started this blog I meant for it to shed light on Daegu and Ulsan, my two hometowns in this land that don't really get enough attention.

This post is the exact opposite of that aim, I found myself in Garusogil, an area so trendy even cool kids think twice about going there because they definitely will be photographed. YOU DEFINITELY WILL BE PHOTOGRAPHED.

Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk 2013

Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photo Walk 2013 Ulsan


The day is finally coming up and I hope that everyone is ready. If you haven’t registered yet please do. The reason for registering is simply to be eligible for the prizes from Scott Kelby and that is pretty much it. So, if you don’t feel like submitting your info, you don’t have to. If you are competitive and want to submit your photos into the main photo contest then I believe that you are obligated to. At any rate, What I want is for everyone to come out and have a good time.

Wol-jeong Bridge and the Traditional Village

wol-jong bridge

After seeing this bridge on John Steele’s blog post, I just had to head out there and get some shots. I am little burnt that those guys traveled all the way down here and didn’t even call! (LOL, just kidding guys… but next time…) The Wol-jeong bridge is still under construction at the moment but  they light up most of the bridge for everyone to take a look at.

Kim Kwang-Seok Memorial Art Street, Bangcheon Market, Daegu, South Korea

(I apologize for the amount of photos...there was just too much good stuff to capture!)

Boseong Tea Fields, South Jeolla

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