The Modern Seoul project started back in September 2011 and calls upon Expats, Native Koreans as well as Tourists experiences and views, to produce interesting and useful publications (as well as some Videos, Instagram Posts and Tweets) for all to enjoy.
Articles range from Food & Drink to Sports to Events to History and even current events. Modern Seoul also isn’t limited to just Seoul but also provides information about other North West South Korean cities such as (but not limited too): Incheon, Suwon, Anyang, Yongin, Bucheon, Bundang, Seongnam and more. Plus there is and will be articles about Busan, Jeju and other parts of Korea as well as neighboring countries such as Japan, China, North Korea and more.
The website only includes minimal advertising and sponsorship (via donations) in order to cover the costs of hosting and any profits are invested back into the website and into making interesting posts.
We don’t currently; Sell/Buy/Trade Products or Services, Organize Travel or Tours, Work for Immigration (countless emails from people who think we do) and/0r deal with Recruitment either directly or within the ESL industry. We’re not saying that we’ll never do any of these things in the future however it’s highly unlikely.
Modern Seoul on Social Media
Facebook – http://facebook.com/modernseoul
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/modernseoul
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/modernseoul
Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/modernseoul
Twitch – http://www.twitch.tv/modernseoul
Tumblr – http://wearemodernseoul.tumblr.com/
Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/modernseoul
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The Evolution of Modern Seoul Through Logos
The 1st Ever during the summer of 2011
From September 2011 to Jan 2012:
From February 2012 to June 2012:
From June 2012 to Jan 2013:
Current since Jan 2013:
Please note that Modern Seoul is still and maybe always will be a work in progress and so is still developing and growing.Modern Seoul
Thanks for the follow on my blog. Yours is filled with a lot of helpful tips and insight I’ll most likely end up using once I hit Korean pavement next March. 🙂
It’s nice to meet you, I’m NyNy! Just wanted to stop by and say I like your posts. I definitely love your latest logos too.
I hope when you have the time, you can check out some of mine and comment plus I’m still writing my travel entries when I went to Korea last year. I’d appreciate if you took a look. If you like posts on Asian pop culture and video games, there’s more on those too! 🙂
We watched and enjoyed some of your videos from last year. But have now bookmarked your site and will be checking back often with interest 🙂
Love your blog! I am a big traveler and Seoul is still my favorite place I’ve visited. I’m interested in going back so I will definitely keep up with your blog before I go 🙂