I wander: a day tripper

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I wander



For last two weeks, I've dedicated my weekdays to college  & midterm exams. Luckily, I didn't suffer from major midterm crisis aka not-wanting-to-study feelings because I had some lovely distractions.

Yes, lovely distractions sound really ironical and weird, but it literally was. Thinking about the weekends before exam, everyone usually study overnight to cram up all the notes & vocabs with some caffeine.

In my case, I left all those behind and left the city.

Was I very worried for my studies?
Indeed I was.

However, what you need for the upcoming important plans may not be staying indoors and stacking up the data in brain.

I went to two places last month with my family- seaside.
The first day trip was to the western beach, the next trip to the East Sea.

A little fact about me, I don't like sea/beach that much.
I just prefer greens than blue; nevertheless, both trips were great enough that I got to admit sea!


The first day trip of the month: Western Sea



We started the journey by visiting a temple near the place we were staying. It was too early in the morning that we weren't able to go inside, but early morning air woke everyone up, so it was worth a visit!

By the little house we stayed, there was this little trail where we could have a short walk. We could see the whole sea along with the trees around the trail. The day was really foggy, but I loooooved it cause it felt so still as if the moment stand still.



Then we headed to the seashore.
It felt like the fog made everything calm.
Everything was blurry, the only sound there was the salty water hitting against the long standing rocks.



Gazing the wave allowed me to get out of my concoction of worries that felt like huge troubles.


 Another highlight of the day was the botanical garden by the sea.
Since I love being surrounded by greens, I got so excited as soon as I entered this little wonderland.


This place had tons of amazing plants, I and my sister wanted some of them so badly that we ended up seriously considering about getting a Christmas tree already.

This day trip was a pure escapism of hectic first semester.
Let's not forget the dinner barbecue alongside the beach, a huge appreciation to my dad who always do the best BBQ.


The second day trip of the month: East Sea



I got my day-tripper-mode again after few weeks later.
This time, off to the east side of the peninsula.





These four pictures.
I still can't get over with the excitement whenever I see these photos.
There were almost no people that we felt like as if we had our private beach!


Let's take a moment of appreciation here.
The most adorable seawall fence I've ever seen is located at the East Sea of Korea.


My mom and sea.
She was actually holding a random bunch of seaweed from nowhere.
Typical mother.


And there's me.
Cliché


After sun bathing, we decided to visit a temple located at the sea cliff.
The place was decorated with colorful lanterns for the Buddha's Birthday celebration.


mom and dad.
Idk if this was candid or not, but still adorable thing.



Having some times to leave all my must-do things behind had helped me so much not only with my midterm exams, but also with my attitude toward daily life.

I guess this was a right kind of remedy for me;
being a day tripper with family/friends.

I totally recommend this to everyone of you, especially if you're slowly getting tired from a regular daily routine.
It will freshen up your head & mind and clear up the uncertainties.


ⓒJKDAWN 

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51 comments

  1. Taking breaks like this helps with efficiency in the long term! It's always easier for me to study when I'm in a refreshed state of mind :) and this looks like just the place to do it! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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    1. Thanks Audrey, those two places were absolutely amazing enough to ease my mind from upcoming tests & works to do :)

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  2. nice post! yes breaks are great to get some fuel to continue doing things perfectly.

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    1. Yes!! Even though it wasn't a long one, it definitely helped me to get through my plans!!

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  3. These are such beautiful captures. It looks like such a serene place. Good luck with exams and whatnot :)

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    1. I'm now done with my first midterm, thanks <3

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  4. Final exams start next week for me, and these photo just made me feel so calm. Thank you !

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    1. So glad that you felt calm with thee photos!! Good luck with your exam, you're gonna rock it GIRL xx

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  5. i'm happy when i see another blog like this spend time with parents...

    and the sea so warm :))

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    1. My parents are basically my bffs, so I loooove spending time with them :D
      Thanks xx

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  6. What lovely photos and I think it is great that you used the time to spend it with family and relax. Studying is important, but so is being relaxed and feeling calm in the mind before an exam so I think taking this time out was a smart move!


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    1. I think I got a lot of energy after these two trips & did a not-that-bad job on my exams :)
      Spending time with my family is one of my go to ways to relax! Thanks Rae xx

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  8. The places you visit looks so relaxing!

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    1. It was! I felt so relieved & relaxed out of campus with my family :)

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  9. Wow - Western Sea looks amazing! I want to visit....!!

    Katie. xx La Coco Noire

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    1. I'm actually planning to visit there again, the day was perfect- weather, places, and food!!
      xx

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  10. That's such a good way to take care of yourself during exams! I love the photos you got, these places look beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Jane! I learned to value my own time & step back a little to make the things work better xx

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  11. It's definitely a great idea to take a step away from it all and have a moment to relax and destress. I love the photos! It looks so serene and beautiful there. I can really tell how it was helpful going there. Thank you for sharing those lovely photos. By the way, I wanted to let you know I nominated you for the Miranda Sings award :)

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    1. You always nominate me for those amazing awards!! Thanks <3

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  12. The heart seawall fence is too cute. I've never seen anything like that! :]

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  13. This looks amazing, I love your style of writing too. Your pictures make me want to run to the seaside ASAP. Beautiful post, followed x

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    1. Thanks!! Your posts are even more amazing xx

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  14. The botanical gardens by the sea look so beautiful, it's nice to have a breather every now and then, even if it's just a short break. I need to take one too, too much Uni work! :(

    Sally - DiagonSally

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    1. I'm already craving another break, the final exam is coming and my mid term finished like only 2 weeks ago! Hope we'll be able to get through crazy Uni life!! xx

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  15. Lovely post, dear! Have a nice day .x

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  17. Lovely photos! You have a great blog here!


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  20. Seems like a fun relaxing trip! Always good to do some refreshing before exams! I'm personally a bigger fan of the sea!

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    1. Now the fun fact is I'm going on another trip before my final exam :D
      Thanks xx

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  21. Lovely pictures! And I love your hair colour. Seems like you have a really nice trip. Good luck with your exams!! (:

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  22. Seriously... TT this post is so lovely and omg these lovely distractions are soo always welcome right! Those '4 pictures' are so lovely it really does seem like it was your private beach! :)

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    1. These were actually lovely trips & the best contributors to my body fat cause we had so much foodzz!
      And I just looked up those 4 pics again, it was private beach indeed :) xx

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  23. Amazing post and beautiful photos! x.

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  24. I love little day breaks like this. They are the best kind and stay-cations are my new favourite things. Also so cute with your parents, they are adorable The Blonde B

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    1. Haha those pics of my parents were obviously candid, but thanks <3
      I wish I could have more stay-cations with my family after my final exams!!

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  25. Being by the sea is so nice. it's been a while for me now!

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  26. A bit random, but I love the heart shaped metal thing! I feel like the fog must have made the whole trip so mystical and magical!
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