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In this Seoul Podcast episode:

Was February our cheapest month travelling in 2 years? If so, how did we do it? Plus we re-visit our time in Seoul, South Korea, staying in a volcanic spa for $27 a night and eating amazing food. Our guest Runaway Juno tells us about her favourite things about Seoul.

  • Feature: Visit Europe on $7 a day – we just proved it’s possible
  • Interview: Runaway Juno
  • $5 Food – Kimbap, its like Korean sushi, And Mandu – Korean dumplings
  • $5 fun – We visit the toilet museums!


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Weblinks from Seoul Podcast


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Trusted – Use discount code 5DP to get a 15% discount on membership

How to become a housesitting pro in just 3 months.

TBEX – The Largest Travel bloggers event in the world.

Stay in a volcanic spa for $27 a night – Jimjilbang Itaewon Land, Seoul.
$7 a day living in Asia (Article about $7 a day in Europe, coming soon)

For information on our feature destination visit: Visit Korea

Photos from Seoul Podcast


Us on the Algarve Coast in off season – sunny!


The cliffs of Marinha beach, Algarve. 30 minute drive from our housesit


Rabbit and Clams Portuguese style

Rabbit and Clams Portuguese style – $7

Iteawon spa suits

In our Spa suits at the Itaewon Land Volcanic Spa – Seoul

toilet museum2

Mural at the toilet Museum, Seoul


The Famous bibimbap rice bowls


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