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#030 Seoul, Korea

It's been 8 years since last time I visited Seoul. It has changed into a mega city and I fell in love with it again. It's  becoming a hub for tech and Kpop and it's very entertaining. Old and new co-exists. It was also great to meet with some friends of mine from NYC days, and of course, meeting new friends in the meantime.

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#021 Montreal, Canada

Oh Montreal, you had my heart!❤️ This is one of my favorite cities and couldn't be happier to be here around Spring/Summer time. Climbing Mount Royal twice, kayaking in Chambly once, walking on the bridge trying to get to where Formula 1 is, watching amazing Cirque du Soleil, cruising at bars, catching lights on the walls...so many memories that will last forever.

May 21 - June 13, 2016

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#017 Dublin, Ireland

When your friend casually mentioned about St. Patrick's day in Dublin, I've never thought it will become a reality. That was what happened between Jaleh, Graham and me. Jaleh flew from Helsinki. I flew from Newcastle. And Graham is a local. It was amazing we celebrated March 17, 2016 in Dublin with madness green crowd and traditional Irish songs and beers!

March 15 - 31, 2016

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#014 Los Angeles, California, USA

I remembered I fly out on Christmas Day with Philippines airline and the flight was so empty that everyone can lay down on 3 seats. I was so excited about my coming trip that I didn't sleep well. This wasn't my first time landing in LA. I've been here when I was 16 years old when studying abroad for 1 month. They said it's always sunny in Cali, so it's good to be back in winter time for the sunshine.

December 25 - January 5, 2016

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#013 Osaka, Japan

August 15-20, 2015

This is probably this third or fourth time in Kansai area. I love this place. You can take a express train wandering through Osaka, Kyoto, Nara and Kobe in less than an hour from one place to another. The food is amazing, needless to say, and the abundance of Japanese culture in Kyoto is definitely a must see. Another season I visited this place again was my reunion with friends I met in NYC.

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