Autumn is gathering momentum, the shadows growing longer and the leaves sparkling with just the slightest change in color. I’ve read countless guidebooks that told me the best time to visit Korea is in the autumn, and I’m beginning to understand why.
The colors are amazing. The food is better than at any other time. The heat is gone and I can walk around Seoul without feeling like I’m going to literally wash away in a tide of sweat.
And the colors. Did I mention the colors?
May it always be fall in Korea.
Coleen Monroe-Knight is a Colorado native who has left a trail of new homes for herself around the world. She's set foot in 30 countries and lived on four continents in the last thirteen years.
Her nomad homes are in Colorado, Chilean Patagonia, France, Italy, Switzerland, South Korea, England, China, and Iceland. After more than two years of not traveling she finds herself on a family gap year after leaving China. Upcoming travels in England, Spain, Eastern Europe, and ????????? this year.
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