EXPLORING - Incheon, South Korea Seoul Vacation Travel Guide 3 months ago   04:26


i'll get better at editing, I promise. I also promise to post an actual update video very soon :)

Just finished Chuseok weekend here in Korea, got some extra time to explore my new city! Those of you in Toronto, Incheon is like the Mississauga to Toronto; distance wise (Incheon being Mississauga and Seoul being Toronto).

Incheon is South Korea's third biggest city and Songdo is known as the 'City of the Future'. Almost the entire video took place in Songdo; an area in Incheon. Subway stop: 'Central Park' on the light blue line. The biggest underground mall (which was closed) was in an area in Incheon called Bupyeong. Subway stop: 'Bupyeong' also on the light blue subway line.

exploring tokyo:


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IG / SC: ewnett


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So cute.. Girl
Where are you living in incheon?
ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 연수동 머야
next time you talk about Kagnew battalion !!!
azza A
bagus ajeossi
Wow!! you are soooooo pretty!😊😊😊 I am making YouTube to introduce Korea to foreigners. The title is bagus oppa. Your video will help me a lot!
• lalalove •
Omg are you Ethiopian? I am 😂😊
Are there any cute guys there?
Did you ever make a video showing your apartment?
구월동이나 청라 송도같은 신도시빼고는 쓰레기임
Dear whatsshesaying
As the manager of Incheon Tourism Organization(ITO) Social Media, it is our great privilege to contact you privately! ^-^
We are greatly interested in your beautiful Youtube video content below.
[Vlog : https://up-tube.com/upvideo/B7RkRnMNpWN]
We would like to ask if we could use your video in our Social Media for promotion contents. We will definitely include the source.
The content will aim to introduce the outstanding Incheon tourism sites without any financial purpose.
If you give us your permission to use the video, we are planning to upload it at ITO’s official Facebook page, both domestic and oversea channel.
We possess numerous foreign followers as well as Korean followers so we strongly believe it will give us excellent promotion effect.
Please reply ASAP and have nice day. Thank you~!
Incheon Tourism Organization Social Media Manager
Alef Henos
i think the editing is
not bad. But try to get better at shoting. Make it smoooth. .. btw you look
like my girlfriend in addis ababa. You are cool with and without the hat. Keep
it up girl.
La negra
How’d you find your apartment
you're ethiopian?????
Is it worth learning Korean for a one week holiday in Seoul next year April?
clement muhirwa
Are you sure you are not from Ethopia or Rwanda?
Yul Hye
Hi I am from Mexico. I would like to know if I need to take an exam to enter Incheon national university. Only for the Korean language. And finally, how can I request a dormitory? I would really appreciate it if you could answer me.
Bon Viveur
Hey! I really liked this video! Subscribed! I got a job offer in Songdo, Incheon! I am also from Toronto :). What do you think about Songdo and the Incheon area? ...Would you recommend a placement there? Are there alot of other foreigners/ alot of things to do in the area? Thanks!
Dillon Michaels
OMG 😱 an Ethiopian Korea vlogger?!?! Finally!! 😂
Kawaii Leonard
holy shit you're beautiful
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Seoul Vacation Travel Guide EXPLORING - Incheon, South Korea 3 months ago   13:29


Welcome to Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Start your adventure at the K-Style Hub, a state-of-the-art visitor centre where South Korea’s past, present and future converge.
At the head of Gwanghwamun Square sits the statue of Sejong the Great, whose reign oversaw a golden age of literature, science and technology. The great leader sits before the grandest of Seoul’s five royal palaces, Gyeongbokgung, the Palace of Shining Happiness.
A short bus or subway ride to the east, are the adjoining palaces of Changdeokgung and Changgyeongung, while just to the south at Deoksugung Palace, see the changing of the guard which takes place three times each day.
Just to the west, is the last of Seoul’s great palaces, Gyeonghuigung, a royal refuge in times of unrest.
After exploring Seoul’s temple complexes, see how ordinary Koreans once lived at the Namsangol Hanok Village. Then explore the Korea Furniture Museum where over 2000 exquisite items of furniture are displayed within ten traditional houses. The story of Korean craftsmanship continues at the National Museum of Korea, which houses national treasures such as the Ten Story Pagoda.
Close to Seoul’s great South Gate is Namdaemun Market, where locals have been bargaining hard for over 600 years. Looking for some Gangnam style? Head just upriver to Samseong-dong, the Beverly Hills of Seoul.
Spend a few hours in the wooded surrounds of the Bongeunsa Buddhist Temple, a peaceful antidote to the fierce pace of Seoul’s shopping. Then hike to the peak of Namsan, and take in the sweeping views from Seoul’s iconic tower. When the sun gets low, join locals on the banks of the Han River to see the Banpo Bridge erupt in waves of water and light.