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A Day in Gapyeong County | Nami Island & Petite France

Nami Island, Petite France, and The Garden of the Morning Calm are both located in Gapyeong County it is about an hour by train from Seoul city.  How to get in Nami Island, Petite France, and Garden in the Morning Calm. From Seoul City ride a train to Yongsan station from there buy an ITX ticket bound to Gapyeong fare is 5000won.  From gapyeong station wait for a bus and buy a day pass ticket in the driver where you can use it going to Nami, Petite France and  The Garden of the Morning Calm cost at 6000won just keep it until the end of the day. The first destination of the bus is Nami ferry terminal, from Nami Immigration booth buy a ticket to Nami Island fare is 10,000won. The ferry leaves every 15 minutes and they also have a free Wi-Fi on-board but expect that the connection is a little bit slow. Nami Island or locally called it Namiseom it is a half-moon shape island surrounded by Han River. The Island is famous in Korean drama scene l

A Tropical Boy in South Korea | Winter Escapade

It was really my dream to have experience the Snow, as we all know that every tropical people does. When I was dreaming about how lovely playing with the snowfall it was came to my mind to look for a ticket soon, When Cebu Pacific Air had their 1 fare in the middle of the year of 2017, I got the chance to book a flight and I was really excited to the day to come. I researched a lot looking for tips on how to survive the winter in South Korea, but before that, I was nervous since I need to secure a Korean Visa before I fly, but no one can't stop me dreaming about playing in the snow. 3 months before my flight I applied for a Korean visa and processed with the help of a Travel Agency in Iloilo.  After 15 days I got my passport with a sticker of a Korean Visa, Yes! I did it I got approved. Time flies, all my bags are packed and I’m ready to go. My flight to Incheon is 1:40 AM from Kalibo Airport. When I arrived at the Airport, the terminal is full packed with a Korean and Chinese f