Karla Nikol
Karla님의 아이디어 더 보기
Gyeonghwa Station in Jinhae, South Korea by Aaron Choi 이사진이 일본스러운 이유는 직선위의 흩뿌리는!! 듯한 화려함

Gyeonghwa Station in Jinhae, South Korea by Aaron Choi 이사진이 일본스러운 이유는 직선위의 흩뿌리는!! 듯한 화려함

South Korea

South Korea

Official Korean Fashion Blog: Korean Daily Fashion

Official Korean Fashion Blog: Korean Daily Fashion

#WholesaleBagClan COM outfits

#WholesaleBagClan COM outfits

"mix and match fall teacher style for 2 weeks" by chdfosho on Polyvore

"mix and match fall teacher style for 2 weeks" by chdfosho on Polyvore

"Teacher Outfits on a Teacher's Budget: Mix and Match"

"Teacher Outfits on a Teacher's Budget: Mix and Match"

packing

packing

Everyday Fashion: "Travel Light... Somewhere Warm." (Someone please plan all my outfits like this...I'm trapped in a world made entirely of jeans and tanktops)

Everyday Fashion: "Travel Light... Somewhere Warm." (Someone please plan all my outfits like this...I'm trapped in a world made entirely of jeans and tanktops)

Seoul #63 -prescan. Birke early morning shot of Myeondong + Cheonggyecheon Channel/Stream/Canal/River (many variations). I love the urban, nature combo. Apparently it's crowded during the day, so unless I'm wearing a cool outfit- I'm walking at night!

Seoul #63 -prescan. Birke early morning shot of Myeondong + Cheonggyecheon Channel/Stream/Canal/River (many variations). I love the urban, nature combo. Apparently it's crowded during the day, so unless I'm wearing a cool outfit- I'm walking at night!

Insadong, Seoul  (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i.e. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, etc.). And although it is a tourist mecca, rest assured that even local Koreans hang out here for the cool cafes, museums and food!  Gyeongbukgung Palace and the Bukchon Hanok village - nearby. http://migrationology.com/2012/05/25-things-to-do-in-seoul-south-korea/ DONE

Insadong, Seoul (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i.e. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, etc.). And although it is a tourist mecca, rest assured that even local Koreans hang out here for the cool cafes, museums and food! Gyeongbukgung Palace and the Bukchon Hanok village - nearby. http://migrationology.com/2012/05/25-things-to-do-in-seoul-south-korea/ DONE