Walking along Gwangchigi Beach

There’s something about small towns. I guess, the warmth of people appeals, even before, the place can grow on you. As we left the bustle of Jeju-si (north) to head towards Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (east); the scenery, outside our window, quickly changed from towering grey monsters to flat brown plains — licked by salty waters. It took us…

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Best of East Jeju in a Day

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Top 5 Sunset Points in North Jeju

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Exploring North Jeju in a Day

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November Blues

Director, Kim Ki-duk introduced to me to his vision of Korea — through his movies. His take on Korean culture was cynical, contemplative, and probably, a deeply scathing review of popular culture. Even in its beauty, through beautiful cinematography, and despite the lack of grey tones, his work wasn’t always easy to digest. Perhaps, that’s why, he isn’t…

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