I wanna have more picnics in my life. Busan Citizen’s Park is the best for it. All I need is a mat/blanket to sit on, sun protection, and snacks. As you can see, I bring a lot of snacks. Maybe I can’t even call shrimp, fried chicken, and that much bread a “snack.” Oh well.
In Korea, be sure to put your alcohol in a different container. If you get caught, you likely won’t be forced to pay a fine but you will be asked to put it away. Have fun out there, folks.
Spring is (finally!) here and it’s the perfect time for you to go outdoor and enjoy picnics with your friends and family beneath the cherry trees while thousands of pink petals dance in the air. There are many places where you can enjoy the cherry blossoms in the wonderful city of Seoul, South Korea. So go ahead and see for yourself the spectacular scenery at cherry blossom festivals that will take place in Seoul in 2016!
In sunshine like this, I refuse to be inside for any longer than I absolutely have to. This includes for meals. In fact, one of my favorite things to do in this weather is picnic. And with all the great green spaces the city has to offer (like Naksan Park, the Han River and the Dream Forest), a picnic can be had just about anywhere.
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.
One of the most beautiful temples here in Busan is the Yunggungsa Temple. I really wanted to surprise Adam with a day trip to some new place. So, I sneakily wrote down the directions (see the post it) but my totally thoughtless self went to take a picture of Adam and well, needless to say he saw the post it and I ruined the surprise and we had a good laugh. (I am really bad at keeping surprises a secret, so we had just been talking about how good I was doing when the post it appeared.
This weekend we were spoiled with beautiful weather and Shakespeare in the park. A perfect formula for some picnic action. In fact, across the two days I attended three picnics! As you can imagine, this called for a lot of cooking.
Sharing delicious vegan food is a great way to show people that vegan’s eat more than just lettuce, and that by choosing to not participate in exploiting animals (and the environment) vegan’s do not miss out on the pleasures of life – even cheese! Besides, the food is great at a picnic but really it’s about the people you share it with.