Carefully planned and whimsically executed, my trips are all about pushing myself out of the comfort zone and exploring the world one bite, one snap at a time.
While some travelers religiously stick to travel guides and online articles (for example, "New York: Top 10 Spots to Visit" with Times Square as its number one pick), I wholeheartedly believe in the story told by the local cuisine.
With cool apps and gears, I document every step of my travel to share where the best eateries are.
C A M E R A
I am currently using Sony RX II. I am all about portability and easy-to-use camera that produces topnotch quality photos.
Before Sony, I used Canon PowerShot S model cameras (S95 & S100).
For iPhone apps, I use Foodie. It has pre-set filters that make your food photos even more craveworthy.
V I D E O
Every video is taken from my iPhone. For editing, I use Cameo to stitch, edit, and spice up with feisty music from its spectacular music catalogue.
You don't have to be a pro editor to take travel videos! Capture the moment and make it your own.
T R A V E L P L A N N I N G
d e s t i n a t i o n s
I haven't found any magical app that captures all your travel inspirations. To me, Google Doc works best for its accessibility.
I am a big fan of getting to know one place for a longer period of time rather than cramming several cities in a week.
If you are planning to travel to destinations below and wondering where to eat and what to see, feel free to email me and I will help you build your dream itinerary!
- U.S. (New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Charleston, Washington D.C., Portland, Chicago, and more to come!)
- Korea (Hometown)
- China (Shanghai, Beijing, Yiwu, Dali, Yunnan)
- Japan (Tokyo, Osaka)
- Hong Kong
- Spain (Barcelona, Sitges)
- France (Paris, Nice, Cassis, Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, Pujaut)
- U.K. (London)
- Turks and Caicos (Providenciales)