Travel Thru’ The Lens: Summer in Korea Part 3

“Situated on the most south-eastern portion of the Korean peninsula, Busan is Korea’s second largest city and the number 1 trading port. Korea’s first truly international city, Busan (Pusan) connects Asia, Europe, and North America. This geopolitically situated harbor city sits adjacent to the Korean Straits and Japan, bringing about an interchange of trade and … Continue reading

Travel Thru’ The Lens: Summer Fun in Korea

Most of the time we would visit temperate countries such as Europe, America, China and Japan during the spring or Autumn months because the weather is cooler and that helps when we are out and about exploring the place. Granted that we would want to escape the heat of Singapore as and when possible, more so … Continue reading