Monthly Archives: August 2014
One of my followers, Tigerpendant, whom has great tastes in books and a very thoughtful outlook on life, asked if I did requests. I’ve never actually done one, but decided to give it a try. I decided to review Hill Side Bistro, up on the hill that leads down to the depths of Gyeongnidan. Anyway, […]
A nice write up by the two clowns on Hallasan in Jeju. Great pictures and excellent commentary.
So JR’s Pub, the owners of the equally shitty JR’s Barbecue in Itaewon, recently posted a sign in their pub informing customers that they will not be serving patrons from Africa because of the fucking Ebola virus. Classy move JR. Classy move. Now on the bright side, if you do have the Ebola virus, the food at […]
In part one of my review of The Lotte Hotel in Jeju, I covered the pool and the room. Now, in continuance with the massive amount of stuff to do at the resort, I’m going to tackle the shops, the casino and a new Korean trend that is bursting on the scene this summer “Glamping”. […]
One of the many plights of living in the northern part of Seoul is oftentimes there is a serious lack of quality Western amenities. The Western brunch is such an amenity when living in Seoul. For a good brunch, one normally has to travel to Itaewon or Hongdae. You can imagine my joy when Ugly […]
Tapdong Promenade – Basketball Courts, The Beautiful Ocean and an Old Communist Regime Amusement Park
After a night of partying, I needed some fresh ocean air to cleanse the senses. Tapdong Promenade is on the oceanfront, but there is no beach. That was a misconception when I decided to visit; I assumed there was going to be a beach. However, it still had a great walking path with stairs that […]