Dog Bay 838! (Seoul Location)

Wow. So… my apologies. It has been a really long time since my last post. Things have been a bit busy during the past month with getting settled at our new home (at least for the next year) here in Gangdong District, Seoul. I finally got Nabi out to check out a new place thisContinue reading “Dog Bay 838! (Seoul Location)”

Forest Dining at Sweet Salt Cafe~!

 On Saturday, July 4th (America’s Birthday~!) Nabi and I went to Sweet Salt Cafe in Myeongil Neighborhood with our friends Yeon and Kong. Myeongil Neighborhood is also in Gangdong District so it is nearby our current Airbnb and our future officetel! (We are moving next weekend~! Stay tuned~!) We will definitely be visiting this cafe frequently asContinue reading “Forest Dining at Sweet Salt Cafe~!”

Popo & Miru Dog Cafe

Hello~! Back on June 20th, we visited another dog cafe near our Airbnb. This cafe is located in Dunchon-dong (dong= neighborhood!), Gangdong District, Seoul. and is called Popo & Miru Dog Cafe. Like all the cafes we have visited so far, this cafe was very clean and the staff was friendly. I, unfortunately, I hadContinue reading “Popo & Miru Dog Cafe”

It’s My (Nabi’s) 1st Birthday~! Walking at Iljasan Mountain, Dog Cafe, and Pet Store Shopping Yay~!

Hello everyone~! I’m Nabi, an adorable Yorkshire Terrier living in Seoul with my crazy mom. Today is my 1st birthday! I can’t believe I’m gonna be eating big dog food now- no more puppy food. Wow, the year flew by faster than my favorite frisbee. Today my mom spoiled me rotten again; but hey IContinue reading “It’s My (Nabi’s) 1st Birthday~! Walking at Iljasan Mountain, Dog Cafe, and Pet Store Shopping Yay~!”

Seoul Olympic Park

Last Friday, June 19th, marked us having been here in Seoul for exactly one month! Granted our first 14 days here were spent on quarantine in one room, it is still hard to believe we have been here for one month already. Then again, when I look back at everything we have been through togetherContinue reading “Seoul Olympic Park”

Cheonho Lake Park!

On Saturday, Nabi and I moved about 30 minutes east to our second Airbnb location. We are currently staying in Gangdong District Seoul and will be here for about five weeks while I try to find us a more permanent apartment suitable for my baby. Language note! In Korean, “gang” means river, “dong” means east,Continue reading “Cheonho Lake Park!”

Our Last Day Living in Gangnam! Let’s Visit Two More Gangnam Dog Cafes!

So today is Sunday, June 14th, and yesterday we moved again to a new Airbnb place. My mom said we will be here for 5 weeks while she tries to find us a more permanent apartment to rent. I think she said it’s called Gangdong? Anyways, on Friday, she decided to take a break fromContinue reading “Our Last Day Living in Gangnam! Let’s Visit Two More Gangnam Dog Cafes!”

A Quick, Late-Afternoon Trip to Visit Hotel Cappuccino’s Dog-Friendly Caffe While Supporting Charity!

My mom just really can’t stay in one place for long! Today is Thursday, June 11th, and we are going to be moving to our second Airbnb soon. My mom was supposed to start packing this afternoon, but she decided to take me for a quick five-minute walk to another dog-friendly place in Seoul called CaffeContinue reading “A Quick, Late-Afternoon Trip to Visit Hotel Cappuccino’s Dog-Friendly Caffe While Supporting Charity!”

I Made a Canine Friend at Bong Brothers Dog Cafe in Gangnam, Seoul!

Yesterday June 10th, my human mom (Emma) told me we’re going to make some dog friends and play at a place called a dog cafe? I was a bit confused. Now that I’m a traveling pup walking around the streets of Seoul, I have seen plenty of these “cafe” places everywhere. However, I have neverContinue reading “I Made a Canine Friend at Bong Brothers Dog Cafe in Gangnam, Seoul!”

A Morning Stroll Through Dosan Neighborhood Park

On Tuesday, June 9th, the weather forecast was predicting quite a hot day at 93 degrees Fahrenheit. So, we set out a bit earlier around 9 am towards Dosan Neighborhood Park located in Sinsa Neighborhood in the Gangnam district of Seoul. It was a fairly simple bus ride taking us only about 25 minutes, soContinue reading “A Morning Stroll Through Dosan Neighborhood Park”