First, happy new year for you all. It feels like forever since the last post. Actually I travelled and experienced many things since the last post and moving my base from Daejeon to Incheon. Now I have time to write most of them. Expect post spams after this one. Picture: Sunrise in Incheon International Airport, panoramia.com
The one that I like about South Korea is that they have tourism Information Center in every city. In Daejeon itself, there are about 5 of them, I think, and the main one is near the Expo Park-Science Museum.
There is a saying that there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. It means no such thing in the world is free. As you know, when we travel, one of the things that we must take care of is the budget. So, traveling in last winter vacation, surely would cost a lot of money, right? Fortunately, for all the thin-wallet people who want to go traveling in South Korea, there is hope. South Korea is not that harsh for traveler. There are some places that meant to be free for you to visit. Anyway, during the internship period, I spent my weekend traveling. I visited quite many places, and some of them are free. I know that the lunch is not actually free, but other than the transportation cost (that can made to be cheaper by walking in between the places) and snacks, no additional cost (I hope so).