Once you are there, there are a number of activities that you can do.
When he's not teaching and doing head instructor duties, he is out about traveling Korea, looking for the new, old, and undiscovered places to visit.
If you have been living in Korea for a while now, you should be familair with the word ‘couples’.
People that have been dating a Korean person would know a little bit about ‘couple t-shirts’, ‘couple shoes’, ‘couple rings’, and ‘couple cell phone cases’.
And for your romantic side, you can take a Venetian gondola ride around the restaurants and performance plaza. Depending on the time of year you visit, there is a special flower garden that is located in the back of the park. Around this garden is everything dedicated to Christmas and Santa Claus. Make sure to take pictures with Santa as well as place your couple’s ‘love note’ to the Garden Archway.
After walking around Santa’s Village, go ahead and take a peak at the small zoo that is located nearby.
This is the icon of Seoul: The N Tower (Namsan Tower). Located in Pocheon, this is an ideal location to take those infamous ‘selfies’ or ‘selcas’.