Juno Kim

April 17, 2010

Itinerary of short trip to Seoul, 1st day.

From my friend Meaghan‘s short visit to Seoul, I did a little plan for the tour. Here’s Runaway Juno’s style of itinerary of short trip to Seoul. 1st.  City tour. You want to get to know where you are right […]
April 17, 2010

Spring of Korea. Just a little bit!

. . Spring has come to Korea! . . This year, as you all know whole world supper from too much snow and cold. Well, now we have spring! .> One of good things about Korea is we have very […]
April 14, 2010

Runaway Photo of the week: Jindo, Korea

*Location : Jin island (Jindo), very south of Korea. One shiny summer of 2007, I spend beautiful few days in Jindo . Highway to Jindo. You can take Seohaean-Highway to very end. . . Who said Korea doesn’t have nice […]
April 10, 2010

Half-full or Half-empty? Hidden philosophy in Batu Cave

When we reached to Kuala Lumpur, we saw an informative commercial about religious event is going to be held a place called Batu Cave.   Apparently this event was masochistic looking devotees. I was not sure I can handle the masochistic-looking pressure, but […]
March 7, 2010

When Does Travel Change Your Life?

Thinking back, when do I start to like traveling? Now I can see there were 3 moments. In my child hood my parents always took my brother and I to travel in Korea. Korea is very small country but it […]
March 3, 2010

Chocolate world in Dunedin, New Zealand – Cadbury factory tour

Do you know the movie Charlie and the chocolate factory? Based on Royald Dahl’s tale. Originally filmed in 70s and re-created by Tim Button. Why do I suddenly talk about a movie in the travel blog? Well, did you ever […]
March 3, 2010

Glacier Hiking in Franz Josef, New Zealand

Hiking Franz Josef Glacier   New Zealand is my favorite place in the world I’ve ever been yet. You all well known about the beauty of the country, but mostly, they have absolutely everything I can imagine. One of the […]
March 2, 2010

Korean Street Food: What to Eat and More Importantly, What are They?

Korean street food surely look interesting… We can’t discuss Korea without mentioning food. Every season Korean make different dishes using seasonal ingredients. We make kimchi in winter and eat it all year. A common greeting is “Have you eaten?”. Yes, […]