You can visit Yongma Land nearby Yongmasan in the Jungnang District of Seoul, which is a small abandoned amusement park area from the 80s. The entrance fee is 10,000 won per person. Make sure to bring cash, because credit card payment is unfortunately not possible.
As you might know, I'm a huge coffee addict and love cafe hunting in Korea. There are so many cute and aesthetically pleasing coffee places, which I want to introduce you to! Lately I went to a cafe, that has been on my bucket list for a while: The Piola.
Hiking is one of Koreas most popular free time activities. No matter if young or old - a lot of people escape into nature when the city and everyday life gets too busy. There are a lot of hiking options nearby and around Seoul, so of course I had to try it for myself and went on a hike to Namhansanseong Fortress, which is close to Jamsil.
There are a few landmarks, which are typical for Seoul and one of the most known is by far the Namsan Tower or N Seoul Tower as some call it. Because it's snowing quite a lot lately in Korea, I wanted to see how the famous sightseeing spot looks like during winter.
Jeju has got a lot to offer - this island is especially known for its beautiful nature, oranges and green tea. Of course I had to try out one of their specialities for myself. One place where you can get everything green tea related is the Osulloc Tea Museum.