In this report, we’ll experience what it’s like to use the Domestic Terminal of Gimpo Airport (GMP) – Seoul’s primary hub for local routes – as an arriving passenger.
In this travel report, we’ll look at a short domestic flight between the city of Yeosu – perched on the southern edge of the Korean peninsula – and Seoul’s Gimpo […]
In this report, we’ll experience what it’s like to use Yeosu Airport (RSU) – which serves the southern coastal province of Jeollanam-do, Korea – as a passenger departing on a […]
In my previous post, we saw what it’s like to travel in Standard (Economy) Class on the KTX from Suncheon to Yeosu. Today, we’ll upgrade ourselves to the posh First […]
Today, we’ll see what it’s like to travel in Standard Class on the KTX by doing a short hop from Suncheon to the coastal city of Yeosu, in Korea’s Jeollanam-do […]
It’s not easy for someone who loves travel to embrace the “new normal” that we all must now endure. Having said that, it’s important to remain thankful to the good […]
Here’s the closing entry in my set of Field Reports about the ruins of a 16th-century Japanese castle in Suncheon, South Korea. The preceding posts (Part 1 and Part 2) […]
Let’s continue our visit to the ruins of Suncheon Castle (순천왜성), a 16th-century fortress built by the invasion army of Japanese warlord Toyotomi Hideyoshi on the coast of Jeollanam-do, South […]
Until recently, my interest in Japanese castles was geographically confined to Japan itself. (Hardly a surprise, since that’s where nearly all of them are.) That changed this past winter when […]
…quia præcédit vos in Galilǽam: ibi eum vidébitis, sicut dixit vobis. Friend and reader: I wish you, your family, and all your loved ones a very happy Easter.