Malaysian friends take last holiday to South Korea before Covid-19


Gyeongbokgung Palace is the largest royal palace in South Korea. — DIVYA ARUMUGAM



What started as a casual chat between friends while on an evening jog turned into a last-minute decision to travel to Seoul, South Korea for a holiday.

And it was the best unplanned trip ever, at least for me.

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