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The Most Important Question

By Mustachio @mustachio2011 "How much?" Unless you're a millionaire then that won't matter. But for us budget travelers that is the number one question.
So can you afford a trip to Seoul? If you're not too picky and just make an effort to save some money, you definitely can! Here's a breakdown of my expenses. Airfare, visa fee (if you're a long way from Manila where the consulate is) and shopping not included since I got my ticket at a low promo price and shopping really depends on you. Also, I spent an average of 10,500 won per day for food, which is unrealistic (breakfast was mostly convenience store food and friends treated me to 4 meals). Best to budget at least 20,000 won per day for food, safest would be 30,000 per day.
The Most Important QuestionThe end. Gotta go work my butt off to repair this big hole in my pocket.
나중에 봬요, 친구!
Najunge bwaeyo, chingu!
See you later, friend!
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