All posts by Sabrina Chue

Finding Food: Hanyang Edition

No matter where you travel to, a country’s cuisine is always something to look forward to! Trying a bunch of different food is probably one of the most fascinating parts of any trip. You get to experience different dining styles and see what new dishes you’ll end up enjoying. What’s not to love? I’ve been ...

Shopping Galore!

Being away from home for over a month, I can understand how difficult it could be to budget, at least in the beginning. It’s a new country. It has new places to explore, new things to buy, and new things to try. All of this can quickly get really pricey and as college students, we ...

Weekend Trip to Busan: Part 2

Bus to Busan: the sequel! As I mentioned on my last blog post, my friend and I spent a weekend at Busan with the main focus of attending a Stray Kids event! To recap, we left our apartment in Sindang at around 9AM and bused to the Seoul Express Bus Terminal. From there, we bought ...

Weekend to Busan: Part 1

By the time this blog entry gets posted, I will officially have been living in Seoul for a month! Where did all the time go already!? After all the paperwork and documenting back in the United States, there is still one additional step! When you arrive in Korea, you have 90 days to apply and ...

Night Life: Myeongdong!

The secret to a travel-filled study abroad experience? Try stacking most of your classes in two or three days weekly. With that being said, stacking classes is easier said than done, especially when you’re abroad. Language barriers, difficulty getting into classes, potential class overlaps, and Drexel equivalents are all factors that can make it hard ...

Step Out: U.S.; Step In: South Korea

Suitcases packed. Paperwork filled out. The excitement of leaving to a whole new adventure finally hits the night before my friend and I leave for the airport. Come to find out, a half and hour before we leave our houses, our flight had been delayed and we wouldn’t make our connecting flight; we would have ...