December 30, 2015

Best 7 Travel Experiences of 2015

The year 2015 is almost coming to the end. How did this happen? I didn’t believe it when my grandmother said ‘time goes faster when you get older’, but now I understand what she meant. Time flies. Especially this year […]
February 26, 2015
Rock Climbing and Life Lessons

Rock Climbing and Life Lessons

Indoor rock climbing is my new “it” sport. As a daughter of an experienced climber, I’ve always wanted to try it. But it’s not something that I could start nowhere, and in fact I didn’t know how or where. The chance […]
January 29, 2015
The Kelpies

The Kelpies: More Than Just Giant Horses

The Kelpies: More Than Giant Horses Scotland recently acquired a pair of metal equine sculptures. It’s 30-meter high, became the largest public art in Scotland, and one of the largest of its kind in the world. It’s The Kelpies, stands […]
January 17, 2015
Edinburgh's Hogmanay

Party ‘Till the New Year: Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

What happened at the Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Edinburgh knows how to welcome the New Year. For three days, they throw one of the world’s biggest parties filled with music, adventure, and more than enough fireworks. I returned to Scotland to participate […]
January 14, 2015
Briefs: The Second Comming

BRIEFS: all male, all vaudeville, all trash

A Boy-lesque show, anyone? Who knew, I would be sitting in the theater for “boy-lesque”. I love theater shows, but I never encountered with burlesque shows. But it happened indeed. It was a show called “Briefs: The Second Coming” from […]
January 9, 2015
This is Glen Coe, Scotland

I Went to Glen Coe, And This is What Happened.

Glen Coe: Where the Elves Might Be(?) Sometimes the world can surprise you when least expected. Our road trip from Edinburgh to Glen Coe, which normally takes less than 3-hour ‘in a normal driving’, took us five hours. A car […]
January 8, 2015
the Loony Dook New Year's Day dip in the Firth of Forth at South Queensferry

I’m Officially Loony Dook-ed!

I’m Officially Loony Dook-ed! The sight of Forth Bridge, thousands of people dressed-up over-the-top, and freezing cold water — what are we all up to? What do you remember about your New Year’s Days in the past? In Korea, we […]
January 7, 2015

The Three Sisters – Bidean nam Bian

In Glen Coe, find the famous “Three Sisters”. It’s a part of Bidean nam Bian, the highest point in the former county of Argyll. Glen Coe’s scenery is so dramatic, it’s been featured in numerous films over the years, most […]
December 29, 2014
Cunnamulla, Queensland

2014 Travel Experiences Top 7

I listed seven of my favorite of the year 2014. While I was flipping through the photos, once again I realized how fortunate I was to visit these wonderful places that some people only dream of visiting someday. Certainly, I […]
December 28, 2014

Runaway Juno Media is heading to Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2014/15

Continuing from last year, Runaway Juno Media is again participating Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2014/15! I’m off to Scotland this Monday, and will travel for next seven days with #Blogmanay campaign. The program is vary as last year’s. Starting with the Torchlight […]
July 19, 2014

Scottish Highlands Road Trip Planning

Rugged terrain with thick green moss-covered rolling hills always attracted me. Iceland and New Zealand were the very definition of the mystical scenery I imagined. I loved how their landscapes showed the age of the Earth. But they weren’t the […]
January 17, 2014

Runaway Photo: 50 Shades of Green

Scotland’s 50 Shades of Green As I’ve always imagined, Scotland is covered in green. It didn’t disappoint me. Different from Bhutan’s fresh and sunny green, Scotland’s was more complex and wet. Scotland has officially registered 977 kinds of mosses and […]