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In the era of short-form content, I've decided to revive an old series on my YouTube channel called TRAVEL EATS!

Like many of you, a big part of my travel experiences revolves around discovering the perfect food that truly represents each city or country I visit. In this series, I'll be uploading fun and snappy 3 to 5-minute vlogs showcasing all the amazing food I've tried during my travels over the years (and yes, there are a lot of years to cover, haha). I hope you’ll join me on this delicious journey to foodie heaven!


Travel Journal: A Trip to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) From Seoul South Korea

DMZ Korea

As I mentioned in my previous blog
, I went on a solo trip to South Korea, but in the latter part of it, I was joined by some of my friends from the Philippines, and we toured Busan and Seoul together.

When I was searching for things to do in Seoul, one of the interesting activities that always popped up was a visit to the Demilitarized Zone, also known as the DMZ. Instead of doing it myself during the first leg of my Seoul trip, I asked my friends if they wanted to do it together. Apparently, it was also on their list, haha. So it was not a hard decision for us.

I skipped this and waited a few weeks before booking the tour. I met many people who had done the trip, and all of them raved about it. Some even said that our legs should be ready for the “Third Infiltration Tunnel” tour, which is the most challenging part of the tour.



Travel Journal : My 30 Days South Korea Trip


When I was planning for a long trip to South Korea, there were only a few resources detailing what can be done within a month-long stay. Unlike other countries like Japan or places in Europe, there is a wealth of information on where to backpack in those countries.

Probably the main reason is that South Korea is relatively small, and you can travel around the entire country in just one day. (But of course, we don't want that to be our itinerary.)

So, I thought of sharing what I did during my month-long stay in South Korea. This isn’t a perfect route, but it is very doable. There were stops that I could have planned better or places that I will be recommending even though I didn't visit them. So hold on tight. Here we go.