Fall In Love with Fall

Late October and Early November is the best time to experience Autumn in South Korea. Next to spring, autumn is my favorite season to be in South Korea.  This is when the leaves turn red.  The weather is not to hot and not to cold and for some reasons the surroundings warms the heart.  Maybe its the mix of yellow and read leaves which brings that feeling.  How I love this season.

Autumn Leaves. Photo courtesy of the Visit Korea Website.

Autumn in Korea is 가을 (gaeul). Just like 봄 (bom) or spring, 가을 is used as given name for girls.  Other than being born on autumn, the warmth of this season and the good weather are common inspiration to give such name to a pretty little one.

During this season a visit to a park is truly a wonderful experience.  Imagine walking with trees painted in yellow and red.  The falling leaves is the autumn’s version of cherry blossoms.

Fall in Munsu along Gochang Road. Picture courtesy of Visit Korea website.

So how do you say the weather is good today (because it is usually during autumn)?

  • 날씨가 좋네요. (Nalshiga choneyo – The weather is good)
  • 가을의 날씨가 좋다! (Gaeuri nalshiga choda! – The weather during autumn is good)

I feel like going to South Korea Now! If only I have Harry Potter’s floo powder, I’d be there on an instant and fall in love with autumn leaves *sigh*

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Finally Back

I am finally back to blogging.  Funny home my last post is about moving to a new hosting server and now I am talking about being back.  Yes, I hosted contents outside and I am now having problems getting a year worth of content back.  It means all the posts I made in 2012 are gone with the wind 😦

Big lesson, hosting outside may not be a good idea for leisure blogger like me.  I practically wasted quarter subscriptions and I miss how easy it is to mange my blog here in WordPress.

Please be back I have lots of things to post plus my 2013 visit to Seoul and Jeju.  After missing Korea in 2012 I was back last April 2013.  또 봐요!

Freezing in Seoul

Just arrived in Seoul for a short vacation. It’s freezing here at -3 degrees celsius. I just love how efficient the transport system is going to and from Incheon Airport. As usual it’s Bus No. 6002 at Bus Stop 5B.

I might not be able to answer some question for now. The laptop I brought has no Korean IME installed in it.

Thank for all the greetings!

So beautiful in Seoul =)