Winter in Korea gets cold…very cold. This year was no exception and not only did it get cold, but it broke records on just how cold and how snowy it was. As much as I like a nice little cold […]
December in Korea is not only a time for bitter coldness as winter settles, but also a time for a young democracy to exercise its rights to vote. This year marks a fierce competition between Park Geun-Hye, conservative, Saenuri Party and Moon Jae-in, […]
Incheon is mainly known as the port of arrival for most people. However just outside the fences of the airport are beautiful small islands and a view of the East China Sea.
Seouls architecture ranges from the ultra modern to centuries old. It’s a city forged through hardship from constant invaders, famines, wars, and until a few decades ago, dictators. It’s a city that’s gone from a place where no one really […]
With the successful landing of NASA’s Mars Science Lab or Curiosity, I wanted to share the photos that I was able to capture of the rovers final assembly at a clean room in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Lake Toba or Danau Toba in Bhasa Indonesian is perhaps one of the most beautiful places I’ve been in my life. Located in the center of Sumatra is the worlds largest volcanic lake and home to a super volcano. It’s four […]
Needing a break from the usual grind in Seoul, I decided to book a vacation in South East Asia which also coincided with Chinese New Year. Unfortunately as I was to find out later, the main celebrations happen after the actual holiday […]
In the past 3 months, I’ve had quite a few changes happen in my life. Perhaps the biggest would be that I no long reside in America. I left Florida in mid-August to move to Seoul, South Korea, where I […]