At this time and age where we are updated with everyone else’s milestones, it’s difficult to stay focused on our life agenda. Everyone’s either successful at their careers or having the time of their lives traveling around the globe or both.
Whenever someone mentions traveling to South Korea, Seoul is always on the top of everyone’s minds. We cannot blame ourselves for this. Being the center of all things pop and culture and having portrayed as the primary setting of most Korean drama and films, Seoul is the most popular city in South Korea. It is the capital, after all. However, South Korea has so much more to offer.
South Korea is one of the top international tourist destinations among Filipinos because of the prominent Korean influence in our country. Majority of Filipinos nowadays enjoy Korean food, music, culture, films and drama series. This is why South Korea has become a dream country for most of us. The good news is we can turn this dream vacation into a reality starting with the first vital step: Applying for a visa. As you may know, a tourist visa is required to enter South Korea. Don’t worry, applying for a South Korea visa is very easy and totally free!
Your family and friends start singing the birthday song. Here comes your cake. They tell you to make a wish before you blow your candle. Behind you, two golden foil balloons are hanging at the wall. The numbers 2 and 0. You close your eyes. You say your wish. You blow the candle. Everyone starts clapping and wishes you a happy birthday. Meanwhile, something inside you starts stirring. You feel happy and sad at the same time. You are grateful but extremely worried about everything that has been going on.
It was beyond magical. Imagine a setting where scenic, flamboyant trees with quaint leaves of green, yellow, red and orange colors are found everywhere; where the glory of the sun reaches you, supplemented by the chill atmosphere—that kind of sunny where you still have to wear warm clothes to keep you cozy; where everything is worth appreciating, and you just want to reach out and grab everything that your eyes can see—that’s Seoul, Korea in the Autumn.
For two consecutive years until 2017, Boracay has been crowned the best island in the world by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards. This year, Boracay ranked second to Siargao, followed by Palawan, in the top three Best in Asia subcategory as determined by the publication’s 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards. The magazine described Boracay as top tourist destination in Asia with “gentle coastlines,” “transportive sunsets,” and “thriving nightlife scene.”
“Single ka?” “Uyyy bat ka single!?” “Ganda mo naman, pero ba’t wala kang boyfriend?!”
Most of us get really occupied with work that we oftentimes forget that taking a break is also necessary to recharge. After a whole week of hustling, it won’t hurt to treat ourselves in order to prepare ourselves for another wave of stress that’s ahead of us. As the saying goes, “Disconnect to reconnect.” One of the best ways to destress is pampering ourselves–getting manicure/pedicure, a body massage, or that badly needed hair treatment.