Church in Daegu, Korea.

(Source: desdemicamara)

RAMYUN! ♥

(Source: Flickr / sylvainsilver, via thatkoreanfood)

i-dont-wanna-be-in-love-alone:

Seoul sunset ♥

(Source: fuckyeahjapanandkorea)

so, when you go to korea, what are you planning on doing? like are going to have a job? and if you are, and its not as a teacher, can you like please talk about it or other job opportunities for foreigners on korea? (not teacher tho) 😁😁

Asked by Anonymous

I don’t have much to say about it, because I never visited Korea (sadly T_T), but I think you can work on many things there, depending of your professional area, because Korea isn’t ""only"" for Koreans for a long time, right? There so many foreigners there! ~I really have no idea about it, so someone can tell me? we will be thankful. lol ~
Well, I hope I can work with Fashion there (Since I study it here in Brazil). I Really hope I can do something related to it there because it is what I love doing. :D
And if nothing goes right, i think I’ll teach Portuguese there! haha. 

fyeahkorea:
Haeundae Beach - Busan, South Korea.

(Source: Flickr / stlbluesaddict)

empty-noraebang:
Bukcheon Village ~ 북촌
Seoul, Korea

Haeundae District - Busan, South Korea

(Source: lovesouthkorea, via lovesouthkorea)

fyeahkorea:
Royal tombs - Gyeongju, South Korea

(Source: Flickr / ganbei)

Mandu #koreanfood

(Source: ilikeasianfood)

Cheonggyestream - Seoul, Korea

어둠이 내리는 청계천 

(Source: young-kor, via fyeahkorea)

Hwaseong Fortress Paldalmun South Gate - Suwon, South Korea

(Source: lovesouthkorea)

Padori Beach - Chungcheongnam-do, Korea

(Source: abreathofforeignair)

치즈불고기떡볶이 (tteokbokki with cheese and bulgogi) 

(Source: empty-noraebang)

empty-noraebang:

Hyehwa [2014.02.23]

Seoul, Korea