KOREAN BASEBALL SEOUL | Crazy for Americans

Spent the day at Jamsil Stadium watching Korean Baseball Seoul! Korean baseball was definitely on our list of best things to do in Seoul. We watched the Doosan Bears play the Nexen Heroes. We loved seeing the differences between American baseball and Korean baseball. We also loved the massive amount of energy coming from both teams! It was exhilarating being a part of the South Korea tradition. This was definitely one of our favorite things to do in Seoul.


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Hi! We’re just your average husband and wife flying around the world in business class for FREE. Without our miles and points, we never would have been able to afford this once-in-a-lifetime experience. We grew up on opposite sides of the United States in Texas and Ohio. Later in college, we met and got married in August of 2016. As poor newly weds and recent college grads, we moved to New York City to begin what we thought would be our long careers in finance. Only one year later, after accumulating over 2 million points through travel hacking, we booked round-the-world business class tickets to over 40 countries. Completely for free, using the personal travel hacks we had learned to save us $62,000. We quit our jobs, sold everything we owned, and began this once-in-a-lifetime adventure on August 27, 2018. Our hope is to entertain and enrich you every day through our daily videos, as well as share the personal travel hacks we’re using to travel the world for free 🙂 Let’s be friends 🙂 say “hello” sometime!

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3 Replies to “KOREAN BASEBALL SEOUL | Crazy for Americans”

  1. Steve Meyers

    Now that you are a few weeks into your around the world trip and are likely running into repetitive type settings. Have you streamlined any of your travel habits? Have you been able to find a routine/dsily rhythm? Have you begun to favor one credit card over another?

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