When I first arrived in Ulsan, I was surprised to see that the city is actually huge. I had been imagining it to be a small suburb, with few places to see. Boy, I was glad to be proven wrong.

First, I saw a lot of dance studios around the city! Yay to that! πŸ™‚ Although I can’t afford them at the moment.

So, I will focus more on the FREE places to go to in Ulsan.


This is a park situated at the easternmost part of the city, and yes, probably, one of the easternmost parts of the peninsula.

The park is adjacent to Ilsan Beach, and it features some very nice rock formations and lighthouses.

The View of Ilsan Beach - I actually like it.

The View of Ilsan Beach – I actually like it.

The sea

The sea




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With my Filipino friend Jenica

With my Filipino friend, Jenica

That remarkable bridge in the park

That remarkable bridge in the park

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Some Fishermen

Some fishermen

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Jjamppong! Spicy but tasty seafood soup. :-)

Jjamppong! Spicy but tasty seafood soup. πŸ™‚

Snacks to keep us going

Snacks to keep us going – because the plan was ‘to study’ in the park


The dragon slide

The dragon slide

Reminds me so much of Baguio (just 20 million times colder)

Reminds me so much of Baguio (just 20 million times colder)

Cherry Blossoms starting to bloom

Cherry Blossoms starting to bloom

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"Shabu" Bar? Lol

“Shabu” Bar? Lol

Curry meal

Curry meal

I think Daewangam is a well-maintained leisure spot in the city, and I would love to see more of it in the future. It is relaxing, and I particularly liked that you can breathe fresh air from the conifers, plus a brief walk will take you to some nice sea breeze coupled with a wonderful seascape.

Other places we can spend some nice weekends in:

The Ulsan Grand Park

I did not take a lot of pictures, because I know I will definitely be back here, especially when the flowers have bloomed. πŸ™‚

So for now, please bear with these images.



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Manila Town

Who would have thought that there will be a Filipino-owned Filipino-style bar in the middle of a remote city in Korea?

Located in the Ulsan’s old downtown Seongnamdong, the ambience inside the bar will take you back home. It screams Manila in all corners. πŸ™‚

Aside from being able to use the karaoke for free, you can also do it with the live band playing right behind you. How cool is that?!

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Singing like pros

Singing like pros





I think I am going to like living in this city. πŸ™‚


About lonewulf

I am a self-confessed 'jologs', a country boy who now works in the big city. I studied Applied Math, and am now completing Finance while working as a risk analyst. I feel extremely happy whenever I dance, draw/sketch, and write. I also like to read books, eat (not fruits, or vegetables), sleep, and travel. Update (12/2017) - I have already completed my Finance Masters in Diliman, plus Financial Engineering in Korea. I came back to Manila just last year from the Land of the Morning Calm, and is now currently working as a Risk Manager for a multinational financial institution. I am now updating this information box in the hopes that I will get my groove back into writing. I kinda missed it. And I actually have tons and tons of adventures that I have not logged in here. Hope to catch up to what's happening in my life. Here's to hoping for more adventures, and having enough time and energy to share all of them in this online realm. Cheers!

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