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

Galmaetgil Course Two: Part 2 –Gwangalli Beach to Oryukdo


By Laura Teague

imageThis is definitely a walk to test your hamstrings and calves. It’s a nice flat 3km away from Gwangalli beach around the coast, and then a grueling 5km of stairs up and down all the way to Oryukdo Cruise Wharf.

Continuing on from where Part 1 finished, this walk starts on Gwangalli Beach.

Gwangalli Beach

Cheap Flights To Korea

Crescent-shaped Gwangalli Beach is one of the most popular hangouts in Busan, offering fine sand, good swimming, and an exorbitant number of cafés, restaurants and bars. We’re lucky enough to call it home for the next three months and have already spent a lot of time on the its entertaining promenade.

Our Life is Still Going

JH4 - Jeonju Hash Harriers and Harriettes Bi-weekly Run

Repeats every 2 weeks until Sat Dec 31 2011 .
Saturday, September 11, 2010 - 14:00
Do you know a cheaper and better way of spending a Saturday afternoon?

We do. The JH4 is a drinking group with a running problem. We go in search of trails throughout Jeonju to run, hike and to get to know more about the city we live in.

You neither need to drink nor run to enjoy a hash. All are welcome, young and old, fast or slow, virtuous or not, so just come on out and join us. The only prerequisite to hashing is a sense of h... umour and very social.

Cost: ₩ 10,000 food and beer.


The Hammer

010 3037 6672



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