1600 Pandas: An Epic Pandamic

With the gigantic rubber ducky having said goodbye to Seoul for quite a while now, the city has been a bit lonely without any animals made by artist these days. Luckily though, Seoul will be home to 1600 paper mache pandas, as a campaign to raise awareness on how many actual pandas are left in the wild. You have until the end of July to see them! You can click here to check out the main site.

Simply head out of exit 2 Jamsil Station (잠실역) and head south, make a left before the lake, and you’ll see it towards the left near the lawn area. Continue reading “1600 Pandas: An Epic Pandamic”

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Gentle Monster: The Craziest Glasses Store Ever

If you’re ever in the market for the hippest glasses or want to experience an equally impressive art display, go to Gentle Monster in the Hongdae (홍대) area. This is one seriously creative store that Continue reading “Gentle Monster: The Craziest Glasses Store Ever”

Seoul Photos: Giant Rubber Duck in Seoul

Went to take photos of the giant rubber duck the other day. For those who don’t know, there’s a giant rubber duck floating in Seokchon Lake, which is the brainchild of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman. The exhibit started on October 14th and will end on November 14th. Continue reading “Seoul Photos: Giant Rubber Duck in Seoul”