A Seoul Spring on the Han

Something about being near water is simply relaxing. When the weather finally agrees to reward Seoul, Korea with a mild and sunny day after a brutally long winter people tend to flock to the Han River. Here are 10 ways to enjoy the river in the coming months.



photo credit: my cool friend James

1) Banpo Bridge


I like November and I always have. The month just sits there, almost Christmas but still far enough away to be still kind of normal, and long enough after any summer holidays so any pining is well gone. Even though it can signal the true beginning of winter, a season I don’t shine too, with all the cold rain, wind, the leaves losing their leaves, I still look forward to November every year.

I think it’s one of those reliable months. I know it will be colder because the wind will suddenly pick up a notch and the temperature must drop a few degrees further. Despite this, I can prepare well. November is a great time for dusting out those heavy jackets, wooly jumpers, thick socks, gloves, scarves, and hats in warm, earthy colours of browns, burgundy, and dark greens to keep me cosy.

Get outside!

What if I told you that I had an immediate, guaranteed, easy, pain-less and side-effects free remedy, that costs you nothing? It can help you relieve stress, get rid of headaches and bad moods, alleviate exhaustion, help you sleep better and encourage good health! Would you be interested?

Well, this miracle cure I speak of nothing more than getting outside!! There are lots of great things about living in a city. There are restaurants, bars, and movie theaters on every corner. You can get from one place to another quickly and easily. Anything you may need or want at any given moment is at your fingertips! However, getting outside does so much for both your mental and physical health!

May Day

Happy Spring!

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