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Did You Know? Anne Curtis Was 5 Months Pregnant When She Met Gong Yoo

I witnessed their meeting in Seoul. Let me tell you how it happened!
It was a chilly November when I first met Anne Curtis in person—we were at a brunch buffet at the posh Shilla Hotel in Seoul. We were both flown in by Louis Vuitton for the luxury house's flagship store opening and presentation
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Places I'd Love to Visit Again When I Go Back to South Korea

From classic tourist destinations to underrated spots.
On February 26, the Philippines imposed travel restrictions on South Korea because of COVID-19. That was also the day I was flying home from Seoul, so I guess you could say I was one of the last few people who got to travel
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11 Filming Locations in "Itaewon Class" for the Ultimate Fan

Mostly found in Itaewon, obviously.
There’s no denying the success of webtoon-based Korean drama Itaewon Class. Its last episode garnered its highest TV rating, averaging a viewer rating of 16.5 percent nationwide as per Nielsen Korea’s statistics. Thanks to this feat, the series currently holds the second
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The Philippines Officially Bars Filipinos from Traveling to South Korea

It's a protective measure against the rapidly-spreading COVID-19.
UPDATE: As of Wednesday, February 26,  Malacañang Palace has declared that the Philippines is officially barring its citizens from traveling to South Korea as a protective measure against the COVID-19, which is spreading like wildfire in the East Asian nation.Only exempted from
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Oh No! South Korea's Jeju Island Is No Longer Visa-Free

They're imposing a temporary travel ban.
South Korea has suspended all visa-free entry to Jeju Island, barring Filipino tourists and 61 other foreign countries from easily entering the country without an approved visa.The new measure was placed in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak. “This temporary measure is
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Here's What You Can Do If You Have a Long Layover in Seoul

Make the most of your free time!
So you've got a long layover in Seoul—lucky you! But now you might be wondering what to do with your precious visa-free hours to roam around the city. (FYI, those who have connecting flights to a third country don't need a visa
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10 Must-Visit Spots for the Ultimate "Hotel Del Luna" Fan

Planning to go to South Korea soon?
We're not yet over the magical world of Hotel Del Luna! If you're also a huge fan who's planning to visit South Korea anytime soon, then you might want to add the filming locations of this top-rated K-drama to your itinerary. Below,
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South Korea May Grant Filipinos a 3-Day Visa-Free Stay in 2020

We're keeping our fingers crossed!
Traveling to South Korea visa-free is now proving to be a strong possibility. Yonhap News, a government-funded South Korean news agency, reports that a package of policy measures have been announced in an attempt to aid the dwindling economy of the country’s
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5 Places in South Korea Aside from Seoul That Are Also Worth Visiting

Go beyond the capital for a unique experience!
For all the tourists who dream of traveling to South Korea, Seoul is normally the first—if not the only—place on their list. We can't blame them, though—the ultra-modern city boasts of several iconic tourist spots, including K-drama filming locations, the dynamic shopping and
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South Korea Is Relaxing Its Visa Requirements for Filipinos

Now it's going to be easier to pay the land of Hallyu a visit.
If, like us, you're enamored with K-pop and K-dramas, fascinated by the Joseon and Goryeo eras, and obsessed with samgyupsal or anything made with kimchi, then you'll love this. South Korea is relaxing visa requirements for Filipino visitors!According to South Korean ambassador
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Filipinos Can Now Visit South Korea Without a Visa

Time to visit the land of skin care!
Feeling inspired by Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff's latest photos in South Korea? Well, it seems that the stars have aligned! Getting into South Korea just became easier—Manila Bulletin reports that tourists who want to visit the land of K-beauty can do so