DON'T LET LIFE PASS YOU BY.

“Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
- Mark Twain

A taste of home at Breakfast at Tiffany’s Guesthouse in Seogwipo, Jeju-do. 

This exquisite pension house is run by an English-speaking Korean couple, the male-owner was really friendly and helpful, offering information on their local culture and local tourist attractions, and also helping to make reservation for take-outs. 
The guesthouse itself is a beautiful wooden structure, with rooms that look out to Mount Halla and the sea. They have a small tangerine orchard in front of the house and you get to pluck and eat them too. 

The beauty of Seogwigpo; Jeju-do, South Korea.

N-Seoul Tower; my favourite of all Seoul, South Korea.

Nooks and crannies of Gyeongbokgung; Seoul, South Korea.

Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful and remains the grandest of all five palaces.

Ewha Women’s University; the secret beauty of Seoul.

The wonderful food of 대한민국.

대한민국; i miss thee.

Titanic 102nd Anniversary

(Source: ihearttitanic, via breakfastatdior)

'Do not lost hope'
'Please stay strong a little bit more'
‘We are waiting’
‘Please comeback’
'Are you Hungry ? Let's eat with mom..'

#PrayForSouthKorea

(Source: kai-laydoscope, via lovesouthkorea)

“There are map people whose joy is to lavish more attention on the sheets of coloured paper then on the coloured land rolling by. I have listened to accounts by such travellers in which every number was remembered, every mileage recalled, and every little countryside discovered. Another kind of traveller requites to know in terms of maps exactly where he is pin-pointed every moment, as though there were some kind of safety in black and red lines, in dotted indications and squirming blue of lakes and the shadings that indicate mountains. It is not so with me. I was born lost and take no pleasure in being found, nor much identification from shapes which symbolize continents and states.”

—   Travels with Charley; in search of America, by John Steinbeck.  (via travelling-dreams)