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Month: July 2019

Strolling Through Dongdaemun in Seoul

Strolling Through Dongdaemun in Seoul

Dongdaemun. Have you heard of it? Dongdaemun Gate, also known as Heunginjimun Gate, holds lots of history in South Korea. It translates literally to the “Great Eastern Gate” of the city. The area of Dongdaemun surrounds the gate and was a great place to explore. Follow me there. The gate itself was such a contrast to the modern buildings around it. Time stood still. I was transported back to the Joseon Era of Korea. The gate was originally an entrance…

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Oido Lighthouse and Fish Market in South Korea

Oido Lighthouse and Fish Market in South Korea

Oido in Siheung was such a calming area. It was near the seaside and included a lighthouse and many seafood restaurants. There was even a fish market. I’d always heard about fish markets in Asia and was just curious to see what one looked like in real life. The Oido Seaside Below is a map of the surrounding area. It included the Oido Prehistoric Remains Park and the sea. The plaque below explained the purpose of the lighthouse. They built…

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The Ultimate South Korean Food Diary

The Ultimate South Korean Food Diary

“Why do you like to visit South Korea so much?” I’ve been asked this question so many times. Among visiting friends, shopping and sightseeing, Korean food is awesome! School Food was a cute restaurant in Myeongdong that sold lots of “school-inspired” dishes that were simple and easy to eat. I ended up eating Udon noodles, which are actually Japanese. The Korean food below is from a restaurant in Incheon. I have developed a love for squid and the squid I…

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Interior Design Inspiration: Living Rooms

Interior Design Inspiration: Living Rooms

If kitchens are the heart of the home, then living rooms are the lungs. (I made that up myself.) They come in second but are still very much needed. And they help turn a house into home. Three things stand out to me when it comes to living room design. First the furniture, then the walls and lastly architectural elements. Living Room Furniture You walk into a living room and it’s stuck in a time warp. 9 times out of…

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Stylenanda Pink Hotel Myeongdong Tour

Stylenanda Pink Hotel Myeongdong Tour

Was I walking into a hotel or a store? It was almost hard to tell as I walked into the “Lobby.” I had walked into the 3CE Stylenanda Pink Hotel store in Myeongdong Seoul, South Korea. I had seen lots of videos online and wanted to checkout it out for myself. It was such a creative concept for a store. 1F: The Lobby A large information booth greated me upon arrival. It gave me that vintage Los Angeles hotel vibe….

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HTML Shortcut Codes For Beginners

HTML Shortcut Codes For Beginners

Are you learning to code in HTML? There are a lot of codes to remember. I’ll help you remember the ones you’ll use most. 1. HTML Headings and Paragraphs When you’re writing in code, your headings and paragraphs look like this. When they are put into a web browser they end up looking like what you see below. It’s important that you use end tags. If the text in your paragraph starts with <p>, then you will need to end…

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