Where Do You Wanna Go This June? (Part 1) The Great Escape

Planning a short getaway is easy with these suggestions! 

With lengthy weekends approaching, what could be more fun than to throw some clothes into a suitcase and get away from the hustle and bustle of the morning rush hour? If you haven’t started planning your summer sojourn yet, perhaps this article will come in handy. There’s something for everyone on this list!

For the young at heart …

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Catapulted into the limelight thanks to PSY’s trippy earworm, Gangnam Style, Gangnam district in Seoul, South Korea is every bit as colourful as PSY’s wardrobe. Touted as the Beverly Hills of South Korea, a walk down the streets of Gangnam will make you feel super posh. Keep yourself updated with all the latest fashion trends as you navigate your way through the pocket-friendly Gangnam Station Underground Shopping Centre.

If you’re feeling extra generous, drop by Vera Wang Bridal Korea and Cartier’s Cartier Maison. Gangnam is also home to various K-Pop entertainment companies, such as SM, JYP, and Cube. Whether you’re a Sone or an EXO-L, hang around long enough and you’ll be sure to catch a glimpse of your bias. Bustling and lively, Gangnam is also teeming with stylish teenagers and street food stalls.

For the avant-garde fashionista …

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Arguably one of the most fashionable places in Japan, Harajuku district is the cornerstone of several trends: Gothic Lolita and Cyber-Punk to name a few. Immerse yourself in a whirlpool of colours, fabrics, and lace frills. Shop till you drop and eat your heart out at the plethora of fast food joints and boutiques at Takeshita Dori (Takeshita Road), a lengthy stretch of shopping heavens selling various knickknacks and oddball clothing items.

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