Summer in Seoul, South Korea (Day 1 of 40): Airport diaries & flying to Incheon
Hello, it's me? :P
Finally back to writing random journals about my life (mostly travels) after so many years of intermittent blogging :)
I don't know if anyone still reads blogs but I feel like I want to write again. It's been a while since I stopped writing professionally and I don't know if I'm ever going to do it again since I feel like I need to hone my skills to re-enter that world. But perhaps journaling like this will help me get back to the rhythm.
Enough babbling about that and lets talk about travel. I went to Korea twice this year and I was contemplating what should I blog first, the summer (June to July) or the autumn trip (October to November). Well what made sense to me is to do it chronologically, so here I am, editing photos and typing away a somehow sensible introduction to catch your attention.
As soon as Korea announced that they're open for tourists, I researched about the requirements. Collected my documents to renew my visa, rushed to the agency to submit it. After a week, I got it and booked my flight via Cebu Pacific.
I told my parents, I'm going to stay in Korea for more than a month/ almost 2 months. I actually didn't tell a lot of friends about this plan because I wanted to go on a solo trip. It's been a while since I went to Seoul, 3 years to be exact. Pre-pandemic, autumn season of November 2019.
I knew I had to go back. Now with a greater love for drama, an insane obsession with Kpop and a burning passion for Korean culture.