Delta, Korean Air joint venture granted approval by U.S. DOT

The joint venture will create a combined network serving more than 290 destinations in the Americas and more than 80 in Asia. Click to read the full article Delta, Korean Air joint venture granted approval by U.S. DOT

Seeing a New Side of Seoul with Triposo

When it comes to finding cool things to do in a new city, I tend to browse all sorts of mediums. I like to read articles other bloggers have written, I collect pins of places that catch my eye on Pinterest, I look through the top rated attractions on TripAdvisor, I ask friends who’ve been there for recommendations, and if I’m going to a particularly tricky destination I also tend to browse the Lonely Planet Thorntree forums. I’m open to new ways of discovering a place, which is why when the folks…

I’m Back in South Korea!

Annyeong, or hello to you! I’ve officially been back in Korea for a week, so I thought it would be fun to do an update. If you read July’s monthly wrap up you know that we’re here in Korea to film lots of fun content for our YouTube channel – cue all the quirky cafes, strange street snacks, and unusual attractions that make Seoul so unique – however, we’re also looking forward to experiencing…

Three Spectacular Days in Seoul

Seoul’s staggering size intimidated me before I even really got there. After getting off the plane, I had to descend four escalators, take a train to another building, then go up several more escalators just to get to the immigration area. Once I exited the airport (which, to be fair, is in neighboring Incheon, rather than Seoul proper), it took more than an hour by train to get to Seoul …

Seoul in the Time of MERS

I could feel a slight cold coming on as my flight landed at Seoul’s Incheon Airport on Sunday evening. This is always inopportune when traveling in East Asia – pollution tends to exasperate respiratory illness – but especially now, when one particular respiratory illness is wracking South Korea. Just breathe normally, I told myself as I passed through the quarantine channel, which seemed oddly unscrutinous given the hysteria over Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS. I was relieved when I passed through without being pulled aside, but I was more surprised at how little …

5 Must-Do’s in the South Korean Capital of Seoul

South Korea’s capital Seoul is possibly one of the most liveliest and culturally-rich cities in Asia. But knowing how best to spend your time and what to invest your energy and money in doing in the city can be overwhelming to say the least. With so much to occupy you, we take a look at five things we consider unmissable if you ever find yourself in Korea’s largest city. Gyeongbok Palace Originally built …

VIDEO: Getting to know Samuel & Audrey FAQs

Having trouble viewing the video?  http://youtu.be/sytWYURhLKY We’ve really appreciated all of the support with our Youtube travel channel & videos over the past two years. Along the way we’ve been asked a lot of questions in the comments section. For the first time we sit down to answer some of the most popular and commonly occurring questions related to our travels…