One last time, from Korea!

Hi everybody!

Before I get started, I just wanted to remind you that I’m doing a digital catch-up and Q&A on Periscope on Monday (tomorrow).

I’ll be online at — all you have to do is come on there to watch, or signup/login to be a part of the Chat, say hi, or ask any question about my work or this trip around the world!



As I’m writing this update, I am in the train back from Busan, in the south-eastern coast of South Korea, all the way down.

Traveling to/from Seoul is easy thanks to a really convenient and fast train system. Taking this trip all the way to the other side of the country takes only two and a half hours.

Busan is the second biggest city in the country, and know for being a big fishing town as well as hosting a popular international film festival.

Around the BIFF Square
Jeanne Moreau, in 2001

I’ve tried the local fish cakes, traditional delicacies that the city is known for, and I’ve also gone to a street food market located around the BIFF Square (Busan International Film Festival).

I also visited the gorgeous Gamcheon Culture Village, a small village overlooking the sea, on a hill, with very colorful little houses. You’d almost junk you were visiting the Cinque Terre in Italy.

Finally, Shana happened to have a friend visiting the Busan area too, and we ended up spending one evening together, having dinner and discovering the boardwalk and beachside by night.

All in all, it was a short-but-sweet trip to Busan!


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