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For when you just find yourself saying, 'Vitamin sea juseyo!'
A seaside trip sure sounds tempting as the weather gets warmer (let's be real-it's always warm in our country). And although the Philippines arguably has some of the best beaches in the world, there's no shame in
Looking forward to the day we can freely travel again!
If you love all things Korean-drama, music, food-we're pretty sure visiting the Land Of The Morning Calm is on top of your bucketlist. There are a lot of popular tourist destinations in South Korea that everyone will love-
The suspension is brought about by the novel coronavirus epidemic.
If you have plans of heading to South Korea's Jeju Island in the near future, then you might want to make changes to your itinerary.On February 7, the Bureau of Immigration revealed that visa-free travel to Jeju Island has
We're hoping it pushes through!
Jeju Island is known for its dormant volcano, flower fields, and rocky beaches. Planning a visit with your friends this 2020? You may be in luck, as the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines posted on December 20 that
Has Korea always been on your travel bucketlist?
With many Pinoys going loco over everything Korean from K-pop, K-drama, and K-beauty, it's no wonder that South Korea is a top travel destination for many people.While traveling to Korea requires a visa, there are three ways
Winter Wonderland isn't that far away!
With towering trees, colorful lights, non-stop carols, and seemingly countless bazaars, Christmas in the Philippines is as festive as it gets. And while we love that we can still do all sorts of things like hit the beach in December given
Where you can go from flower festivals to trendy cafés by the beach real quick.
Aside from being a popular K-drama filming destination (remember that orange-picking scene from My Girl or that unforgettable church scene from Boys Over Flowers?), the island destination of Jeju is home to a treasure trove of sites and explorations. Hiking
OOTD-, selca-, and oppa-ready!
We're going to Jeju Island! Yes, you read that right. Thanks to the new e-visa policy that will be implemented in the second half of this year, what used to be real only in K-dramas and We Got Married