Travel to Southern South Korea – Episode 286

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The Amateur Traveler talks to Rease from 2 Nomads, 1 Narrative about South Korea. Rhys and his girlfriend Nicki taught English for a year in Southern South Korea and also took time t travel around the country. We start in the city of Busan which also called Pusan and the only part of South Korea not to fall to the North in the Korean Conflict. Rease recommends we see Busan fish market and some of the old temples and then move on from Korea’s second largest city to the ancient capital of Gyeongju. Gyeongju is over 2000 years old and includes ancient temples and burial tombs and also has the largest of the Buddist temples in the country. Then Rease recommends we move along to some of the beaches, seaside towns and islands on the south coast which most western tourists don’t visit.



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Show Notes

2 Nomads, 1 Narrative.
2 Nomads, 1 Narrative – About
Just Your Average Day
Ulsan
Busan
Gyeongju
Bulguksa
Attempting ‘Buddahood’ (Korean Temple Stay)
Anapji
Gyeongju National Museum
Yeosu
Korea’s Island Escapes
Dolsando
Seonyudo
Festival Fun
The 12 Scenic Sights of Ulsan
Korean Tastes: 5 Day Market
Heuksando
Kimchi
On A Stick (Korean Street Food)

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

One Response to “Travel to Southern South Korea – Episode 286”

Agagooga

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I believe you didn’t say what shochu was?

Also the red spice in kimchi is a chili based paste

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