Chuseok is a Korean holiday that celebrates the largest harvest of the year, similar to American Thanksgiving. For preschool, we dressed up in Hanbok, traditional Korean clothes, made songpyeon and played Yute, a traditional Korean game. The babes looked so adorable in their hanbok, don’t you think? Side note:… Read More
(Continued from Wolchulsan Guide Part One: Right Here!) After the cloud bridge, the trial continues almost vertically upwards, and then vertically downwards. The stairs which you climb at this point are not for the faint-hearted, and are no doubt extremely dangerous in winter. The way… Read More
Wolchulsan, Korea’s smallest national park, is easily overlooked, tucked away in the far south west of Jeonnam province. It is not the most famous, nor the easiest to get to, but in many ways it is a hidden gem, which easily gives up its secrets… Read More
Let these holga beauties be a preview of my adventures to Wolchulsan National Park over Chuseok break. A detailed account of how to get there, where to stay and the many adventures to be had is up next. Enjoy!