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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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Japan Suspends Visas Issued in the Philippines Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Starting this Saturday, previously issued single and multiple-entry Japanese visas will be invalidated.
The Japanese government on Friday has decided to invalidate visas issued in the Philippines prior to March 27, 2020. This visa suspension starts on Saturday, March 28, following the public health crisis posed by COVID-19. On their official Facebook page, the Philippine Embassy
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PAL Has Cancelled All of Its Remaining International Flights Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Philippine Airlines "could no longer sustain" even a limited number of international flights.
The aviation sector continues to take devastating blows amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With a major downturn in travel severely hitting the airlines, Philippine Airlines (PAL) was left with no choice but to cancel all of their remaining international flights from March 26 to
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"No More Issuance of Visas; Total Ban on Incoming Foreign Visitors," Says DFA

The Philippines is taking another measure to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
As another measure to curb the sudden spike of COVID-19 cases in the country, the Philippines is officially halting the issuance of visas, along with a temporary ban on all foreigners from entering the country. The Department of Foreign Affairs' Secretary Teodoro Locsin
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Refunds, Rebooking: What You Need to Know If You've Had to Cancel a Trip

Travel to and from Metro Manila is suspended from March 15 to April 14.
Metro Manila, in the evening of March 12, was declared to be under "community quarantine" amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus "land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from Metro Manila shall be suspended" from March 15 to April 14, according
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The New Clark International Airport Is Finally Shaping Up

The incoming terminal is at 97.81% complete, says DOTr.
The Clark International Airport in Pampanga is set to be one of the country's main gateways with the addition of a cool new terminal. And it looks like the wait might be coming to an end pretty soon with the construction of
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5 Best Luxury Resorts in the Philippines with All-Inclusive Packages

Whether you're looking for a no-fuss seaside escape or a peaceful nature retreat.
As a popular resort destination, you'd think the Philippines would be chockful of all-inclusive hotels and resorts. That's not the case, however. In fact, only a select number of places offer all-inclusive packages that include the room, meals, most alcoholic and non-alcoholic
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Question: Will the "Community Quarantine" Affect My Upcoming International Trip?

If the ban only covers land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel, can we still go abroad?
In his presidential address on Thursday, March 12, President Rodrigo Duterte declared "community quarantine" over the National Capital Region, banning "land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from Metro Manila." This travel suspension will be in effect on March 15, Sunday, until
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Metro Manila Is Now on "Community Quarantine"—Here's What That Means

Domestic travel will be suspended to and from the metro.
The government has raised COVID-19’s alert level to code red sublevel 2. And for those of you who need some clarification on what this means, let’s clear things up a bit. Here’s how this will affect Metro Manila based on what we know from
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So You're Planning on Traveling Abroad? Here's Why You Might Want to Reconsider

Traveling lets us experience life at large, but it might come with a price more expensive than airfare.
The new age of connectivity has made international travel easier than ever. For millennials, traveling means a myriad of things: from a quick city escape to a much-needed vacation. Whatever the reason is, people seek travel as a means to recharge, enjoy,
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Cebu Pacific Now Offering Free Rebooking for March Flights

Whether it's domestic or international travel.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Metro Manila, the Department of Health recommends personal protective measures—including "social distancing." And if you have an upcoming flight with Cebu Pacific, the budget airline is offering free rebooking for passengers
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10 Scenic Roads in Luzon to Go Cruisin' on This Summer

As the great Rihanna once said, "shut up and drive."
A lot of things can happen during a road trip. The possibilities range from the benign (buying fruits from a roadside stall) to the murderous (just how long can you last with the same people in an enclosed space?) and everything in
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You Can Rent This Charming Estate for Your Next Baguio Getaway

Or book one of their five lodgings.
It’s a crazy world we live in, and checking out from all the madness of our daily routine could be the breath of fresh air we need. If you’d rather not have to travel that far, though, Baguio’s always an ideal destination.
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4 Under-the-Radar Spots to Visit for Your Next Local Getaway

The Philippines has so much more to offer.
It's no secret that the Philippines is home to the world's best tourist destinations. There's Boracay, Palawan, La Union, and Siargao, just to name a few. But with more than 7,000 islands on the whole archipelago, it's easy to say that there's
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Philippines Won't Be Imposing Travel Ban to Japan, Singapore, Italy, and Iran

They've been declared as medium risks for now.
After partialy lifting the travel ban on South Korea, the Philippines has also held off on imposing restrictions to Japan, Iran, Italy, and Singapore for now amid the coronavirus outbreak.According to DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III, the following countries are only currently
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Filipinos Are Now Allowed to Travel Again to South Korea

The Philippines has lifted COVID-19 travel ban to South Korea with the exception of North Gyeongsang province.
After a short-lived travel ban, Filipinos can once again include South Korea in their vacation plans. As reported by CNN yesterday, March 3, the said restriction has now been lifted by the Inter-agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases, with the exception of
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How to Refund Canceled Flights and Hotel Bookings Caused by COVID-19

Here's how to get your money back.
COVID-19 has caused thousands of flight and hotel cancellations around the world as the virus continues to spread across borders. While these cancellations have hit the tourism industry hard, it’s certainly better to be safe than sorry. Staying home might be the